His second Class-up outfit is seen in the ninth trailer, now donning a yellow cape and a black long sleeve undershirt.
His third Super Class-up outfit no longer has a cape and consists of a red overcoat with plates on his shoulders. His undershirt is now black, and he also wears black elbow length gloves.
His fourth God Class-up outfit is similar to his previous one, with the only minor differences. Beat's outfit is now more akin to the outfit of a Supreme Kai, being red with yellow accents. His pants are now black, and he wears a blue belt, and lets his tail hang free. Beat's black gloves are also slightly different.
The Hero's outfit when utilizing his Super God Class-up abilities grant him a long red vest secured at the lower half by his teal belt and wrapped tail. Under the vest, the Hero wears a black short-sleeved combat suit. He dons red fingerless gloves, red and black boots, a white lower gi half, and a long yellow sash.
In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, he wears a blue jacket with a black undershirt and blue jean shorts. After joining the Dragon Ball Heroes team, he receives a red version of the Dragon Ball Heroes team jacket which features a Capsule Corp logo. He also wears his Hero Switch on his left wrist.
He and the other male Saiyan avatars appear under the name Beat (ビート) in the Hero Road mode of the game; this name comes from unit of time used in music. This name could also come from a vegetable like all other pure-blooded Saiyans, specifically, the vegetable "beet". The Hero is also named Beat in the spin-off manga Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission.
In World Mission, his name can be selected by the player when he registers to take part in an Exhibition Match. Once selected, his name cannot be changed.
In most Dragon Ball media and promotional material, Beat uses the Saiyan Hero as his Avatar in Dragon Ball Heroes.
However in World Mission, his Avatar's Race and Type can be selected by the player thought Saiyan (Male) is the default selection. The player can however select Saiyan (Female), Namekian, Frieza Clan, Android, Majin, Supreme Kai, or Dark Demon God as his Avatar's Race. Race can be selected when registering with Moden at the beginning of the game and it can be changed via a wish to Shenron. Changing Races resets his Avatar's back to Lvl 1 and any class upgrades are lost, though unlocked Super Attacks, Abilities, CAA Abilities, or Transformations will remain unlocked if they switch back. Beat can customize his Avatar's type and Super Attack via the Hero Data Status Menu, though at first the Elite and Berserker type Avatars are locked though Hero type is available via default. Avatar type can be switched via the Hero Data Status Menu.
With the new game "Super Dragon Ball Heroes" having just been invented by Capsule Corp. Beat who had just moved to Hero Town watches a match between Note and Froze play out on the Hero Tower's monitor screen. Beat goes on to play it for the first time.
- Chapter 1 - "My Thrilling First Battle"
After watching the battle between Note and Froze, Beat decides to check out the Hero Stadium. While there he overhears Roche telling her brother Bocacchi about the stadium holding Exhibition Matches that anyone can register for. Deciding that he needs to start playing SDBH somewhere he speaks to Moden to register. After giving Moden his name, she asks what his Hero Avatar is and after revealing he hasn't selected one, she allows him to select his Avatar's Race (at the start only Hero Type Avatars are available as Elite and Berserker types must be unlocked. The Saiyan (Male) Avatar is the default race he can select, though he cam also select Saiyan (Female), Namekian, Frieza Race, Android, Majin, Supreme Kai, or Dark Demon God (Moden also notes he can change his Avatar later referencing how he can wish to change his Avatar Race via a wish to Super Shenron). After selecting his Hero Avatar and receiving his Hero Avatar card, Moden shows him some cards to use in his deck after learning he doesn't have any (Beat chooses the cards automatically so the player has no control over the cards he picks).
Beat's first match is against a young boy named Yuto. The battle acts as a Tutorial and can be skipped by pausing and choosing to skip the tutorial though the battle is pretty easy as all he has to do is use all his cards as attackers. After defeating Yuto, Great Saiyaman 3 who had been secretly observing him approaches Beat and introduces himself. Beat is impressed by Great Saiyaman 3's high-tech Great Saiyaman Suit though is confused when he overhears Lody in the audience calling Great Saiyaman 3 a "Dreamboat" causing Great Saiyaman 3 to explain that it is a moniker that some people call him. Great Saiyaman 3 challenges Beat to a match and even offers to give him some pointers to even the playing field due to his inexperience compared to Great Saiyaman 3. Beat is a quick learner and bests Great Saiyaman 3, but before they can fight another more serious match, Great Saiyaman 3 leaves to investigate some commotion going on outside the Hero Stadium, with Beat following after him out of curiosity.
Outside, Beat finds Great Saiyaman 3 confronting Cooler. Unlike Chamile and Mint, Beat quickly realizes the Cooler standing before him is no mere Cosplayer. Unfortunately Cooler notices Beat after overhearing him mention his name and attacks him with a Ki Blast. Beat instinctively guards and is able to cancel the attack subconsciously by using Ki to the shock of Cooler and Great Saiyaman 3. Great Saiyaman 3 uses his sword to block Cooler's punch directed towards Beat before killing Cooler using Burning Slash. After the fight, Beat asks Great Saiyaman 3 what is going on and Great Saiyaman 3 agrees but asks that they go somewhere where they can speak privately. Great Saiyaman 3 reveals that the Cooler he fought was from the game world of SDBH that escaped into the real world due to an anomaly in the game before asking Beat to join him investigating the cause as a member of the Dragon Ball Heroes team recognizing his natural talent both as a SDBH player and fighter (due to his ability to unconsciously use ki defensively.
In the beginning of the Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission manga, Beat is shown leaving Satan City Primary School and rushing to an arcade in order to play Dragon Ball Heroes. He is sent into the game itself by Sora, a Capsule Corporation battle guide. There, he joins a team composed of Trunks, Gogeta, Gohan, and Goten to face the evil Baby Janemba. Beat, Gohan, and Goten turn Super Saiyan while Trunks and Gogeta turn Super Saiyan 3 while rushing towards Baby Janemba. In another mission, Beat faces Baby Vegeta with the help of Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Super Saiyan 3 Vegeta, Super Saiyan 3 Trunks, and Pan. When Sora tells the boy about the summoning cards, Beat uses one to summon Luud. Luud fires his Crimson Scream at Baby Vegeta, but after the smoke clears, Baby Vegeta is still standing and an image of Super Baby Vegeta appears behind him. Beat is defeated by Baby Vegeta. Note witnesses Beat's match and she later has a friendly Dragon Ball Heroes battle with him. She has Super Baby Vegeta, Super Baby Vegeta 2, Pan, and Android 18 with her, while Beat has Cooler, Frieza, GT Super Saiyan Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku and the robot with him. Beat wins thanks to Super Saiyan 4 Goku's 10x Kamehameha.
When she learns from Sora that Beat has never been a contestant in a Dragon Ball Heroes tournament, Note brings him to the Satan Mall, and in the Heroes Stadium. A tournament is about to begin and Beat has to battle the commentator Yoshito-kun for his first match. Yoshito-kun uses his Satan Deck (Majin Elite, Majin Buu, Mr. Satan, and GT Mr. Satan) and Beat has Frieza, Cooler, Super Saiyan GT Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku and the robot with him. Beat wins thanks to the robot and Super Saiyan 4 Goku and Yoshito-kun congratulates Beat for his victory. Beat and Note soon meet Erito, who just won his first match in the tournament. When Beat wins his match in the tournament and moves on to the finals, Erito congratulates him, while Note berates him because his Charge Impact is too weak. As Erito is defeated by Froze, the final battle will take place between Beat and Froze. Froze swaps up his deck almost completely while Beat wants to fight to the end with the companions he believes in. Forte shows up and mutters that Beat is going to lose. Beat does not recognize the girl, though. As Beat unsuccessfully tries to land a hit, Forte gives some backstory on Froze. Just then, Froze draws a "Z" in the sky using a Card Action Ability: Z for his characters to perform a Combined Energy Wave. Froze's characters all fire their Energy Waves at once and Beat takes everything, including the Dragon Fist, head-on. His clothes are torn up, but he still has 600 HP. He goes Super Saiyan and, reacting to his remaining HP, "revived strong foes" are activated. Despite the risk, Beat is going all-out. Froze comes in on the attack, but Super Saiyan 4 Goku blocks him. Both of their Charge Impacts were perfect, so it is a tie. Froze continues on the attack but finally is stopped in his tracks by Super Saiyan 4 Goku, who hits back with a 10x Kamehameha. Froze, however, has an ace up his sleeve: a "Revival Chance" is activated, which Froze equips with "Galaxy Parts". Froze is able to accomplish this because of his "Hero Robo Skill". Froze creates a Death Ball to fire at Beat, all the while yelling “IT HURT!” Beat martyrs himself tragically to save his friends. Froze uses "Charge Action Ability: Burst" and it is a KO. Beat has lost.
When the girls say it is too bad Beat lost but his opponent was a battle machine with no emotion whatsoever, Beat reflects himself that it is not true as he saw Froze smile. When they see Froze being pushed around by a pair of bullies making fun of his devotion to his cards, Beat, Note, and Forte intervene, stepping in to take on the bullies and wipe the floor with them. Beat hands Froze's cards back to him, saying he now understands why he could not win against him. Just then, Froze's parents show up and Froze departs. Beat says he will get stronger so they should battle again.
In another tournament, Beat fights and defeats Erito in the first round. He is then put against Nim for the second round. When Dr. Auto summons Black Smoke Dragon, he creates Shadow Dragons, with three of them kidnapping Dr. Auto's grandchildren Nimu, Nico, and Genome.
Black Smoke Dragon then creates his own shadow copy of GT Goku. Beat and his friends face Shadow GT Goku and they eventually win after GT Goten and GT Trunks fuse into Adult Gotenks and defeat both Shadow Goku and Black Smoke Shenron with his Burning Kamehameha.
After hesitation, Beat eventually becomes a member of the Dragon Ball Heroes team and heads into the Dragon Ball Heroes world in order to track down the Shadow Dragons and save the three kidnapped competitors. Beat comes across Nimu, who is revealed to be under the control of Oceanus Shenron. Beat summons his team of Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Super Saiyan GT Gohan, Adult Gotenks, and Super Saiyan 2 Bardock to combat Nimu's team of Android 17, Hell Fighter 17, Super Android 13, and Semi-Perfect Cell.
Other Dragon Ball stories
Dragon Ball Heroes
Main article: Dragon Ball Heroes
As shown in one of the game's promotional trailers, his first major fight in the Dragon Ball Heroes universe is against Cell. During this battle, he meets Future Trunks, Super Saiyan Goku, Basaku and the Erito. Beat's second major fight is with Majin Buu, assisted by Future Trunks and Kabra. He then fights Frieza's soldiers with the Note, Lord Slug's clan with Goku and Froze, Super Saiyan 3 Broly and Hirudegarn with Goku and the Tsumuri.
In Galaxy Mission trailers, the young boy is in his world again and runs up to the arcade game. A robot similar to Giru, Poru, appears in front of the machine and goes on the boy's shoulder. After sticking his data card into the game's slot, the boy is teleported into the Grand Tour Spaceship where Goku, Pan, and Trunks are and appears with new avatar clothes. He and the gang face Luud on Planet Luud, and when he returns to Earth, he and the gang battle Baby Vegeta and his allies.
In the thirteenth trailer (GM6 trailer), the Hero is in space near Frieza's Spaceship while Bardock faces Frieza above Planet Vegeta. Goku, the Heroine, and the robot in attack mode join the Hero, and the Heroine then flies and attacks the soldiers, soon followed by Goku. When one of the soldiers hits her with an energy wave and Goku catches her while she falls down, Dodoria appears on their way and the robot fires his missiles at Dodoria. When the smoke clears, the Hero appears in front of Dodoria and turns Super Saiyan. He dodges all of Dodoria's attacks and then kicks Dodoria away. Zarbon then appears and kicks the Hero from behind. The Hero angrily attacks Zarbon and then fires an energy blast at him. When Goku sees Frieza charging a Supernova to destroy Bardock and Planet Vegeta, he asks the Hero to help Bardock. The Hero charges a Kamehameha and fires it at Frieza's Supernova with Bardock's Riot Javelin.
In the seventeenth promotional trailer (JM1 trailer), the Saiyan Hero, the Majin Hero, the Frieza Clan Berserker, and the Nico help Goten and Trunks fighting Oceanus Shenron, soon joined by Super Saiyan 4 Goku, Genome, Kagyu, Salaga, and Note.
Main article: Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission
In the Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission animation, the boy is in the real world again, in front of an arcade, and he is teleported into the Dragon Ball Heroes universe once again. There, he meets the Saiyan Heroine and then they battle Legendary Super Saiyan Broly, who soon knocks them to the ground. Goku appears to save the kids from Broly's Eraser Cannons and then, the three turn Super Saiyan and charge Multiple Kamehameha waves to struggle with Broly's Energy Wave.
In his first-ever appearance, Beat is no match for Perfect Cell and gets overpowered by the Bio-Android. However, he is shown to have no trouble handling Frieza's soldiers in his base form.
Upon first transforming into a Super Saiyan, Beat is outclassed by Legendary Super Saiyan Broly. Later, however, he is able to take on the Baby infected Trunks, Goten, Gohan, and Videl, defeating them on his own. He was also able to overpower Dodoria and Zarbon, being unphased by a direct punch from the former.
In his Super Saiyan 2 state, Beat proves strong enough to break free from Black Smoke Shenron's shadow tendrils. After using the Super Class upgrade Beat proves powerful enough to defeat Nim (under the possession of Oceanus Shenron).
In World Mission, Beat shows natural talent as a SDBH player despite being a newbie and is noted by Great Saiyaman 3 to be a quick learner. Additionally unlike most residents of Hero Town, Beat is one of the few Earthlings capable of ki manipulation in the real world though he does so subconsciously as demonstrated when he uses ki to cancels a Ki Blast while guarding. However despite this, he is not powerful enough to use ki to fight offensively in the real world forcing Great Saiyaman 3 to protect him from Cooler's punch. As he uses ki subconsciously, Beat is confused by said ability and has no idea how he did it, indicating he has no practical understanding of ki manipulation as he uses it instinctively.
However in the game world, Beat is shown to be stronger than Note and due to his adrenaline rush is unaffected by exhaustion and fatigue from fighting in the game world (his ability to utilize ki in the real world likely makes it easier for him to acclimate himself to fighting within the game world physically more easily than Note who despite being an experienced SDBH player is unaccustomed to physically fighting in the game world). Alongside Note, Beat is strong enough to take on Raditz, Turles, Nappa, and Vegeta in their base forms as well as being able to defeat Super Saiyan 3 Vegeta, SSJ3 Raditz, and SSJ3 Nappa.
- Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
- Ki Blast - The most basic form of Energy Wave.
- Kamehameha – Goku's signature move. The Hero uses the technique along with Goku in several Dragon Ball Heroes promos. His Super Attack in both his Saiyan Base form and Great Saiyaman 4 form in Dokkan Battle.
- Multiple Kamehameha – The hero usually uses his Kamehameha in combination with that of Goku and/or with the Saiyan Heroine. His ultimate attack in-game is when he, Goku, and Teen Gohan use a Triple Kamehameha to finish the opponent.
- Friend Kamehameha – Beat and Note's Kamehameha combination.
- Super Kamehameha: A more powerful variation of the Kamehameha.
- God Kamehameha: The most powerful version of the kamehameha used by the hero on his Super Saiyan Blue form.
- Dark Rebellion Trigger – Bardock's signature move under the guise of the Masked Saiyan. Beat appears using it in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Combined Energy Wave - A technique used by the Hero and Goku with a pose similar to the Non-stop Violence.
- Energy Wave – He uses this blue colored blast in the second Dragon ball Heroes promo when he and Super Saiyan 3 Future Trunks battle Majin Buu.
- In-game, he can also use the Spirit Bomb, Galick Gun, Final Explosion, Spirit Sword, Dragon Fist, Flying Kick, Heavy Finish, Rush Attack, Rapid Movement, Risking it all for a friend, etc.
- In World Mission, Beat can learn Super Attacks by increasing his Camaraderie Level with certain characters, wish for new Super Attacks from Super Shenron, or by equipping Super Attack Accessories to his Hero Avatar card in a Custom Deck. He can also equip abilities, CAA Ability, and Ultimate Units using Accessories as well.
- Ki Blast Nullification - By Guarding and using his ki defensively, Beat can cancel the effect of simple Ki Blasts. Beat can subconsciously use this ability in the real world as he does during his and Great Saiyaman 3's confrontation with game world Cooler in Hero Town in World Mission. However as he uses ki subconsciously via instinct he is confused and has no idea how he did it due having no practical working knowledge of ki manipulation. His ability to utilize ki subconsciously in the real world is implied to make it easier for his body to acclimate to physically fighting in the game world.
Beat usually uses a set of Saiyan characters, usually members of Goku or Vegeta's families, though he occasionally uses Frieza and Cooler as well. He has used Goku, Vegeta, Trunks, Gogeta, Gohan, Pan, Bardock, and Gotenks in their various incarnations and forms. He also uses Luud and the Hero Robot as allies.
In World Mission, Beat receives his Hero Avatar card from Moden after selecting his Avatar's Race and selects a SH1-05 Piccolo (Merged with Kami) card, SH4-16 Krillin card, SH5-28 Android 18 (Tournament of Power) card, SH7-27 Vegeta card, UM2-14 Goku card, PDSS2-03 Android 17 (Tournament of Power) card, and PSES4-02 Adult Gohan (Potential Unleashed) card as the cards for his starting deck from among the selection of cards supplied by Moden. He uses these cards during his first battle against Yuto and his second battle with Great Saiyaman 3. After Chapter 1, the player can customize Beat's deck using these cards and any cards won from the Gacha Shop. The player can also create cards for Beat to use which can be added to a Custom Deck.
- Super Saiyan
Main article: Super Saiyan
Beat uses the form in Victory Mission, for the first time against Baby Janemba. He later uses the form against opponents such as Erito, Froze, and Oceanus Shenron.
The Saiyan Hero is also able to transform into a Super Saiyan in Dragon Ball Heroes. The Saiyan Hero uses the form in the fifth promotional movie for the game. He first transformed when trying to save Goku from Broly. He uses the form again in a later promo, against Baby and Frieza notably.
In World Mission, Beat can acquire the form for his Hero Avatar if his Avatar's Race is Saiyan (Male) or Saiyan (Female) (the Saiyan race is separated by gender) via a wish to Super Shenron.
- Super Saiyan 2
Beat uses the form for the first time against Froze during the first tournament, and later uses it again against Black Smoke Shenron, and uses it again later when he and Super Saiyan 2 Bardock use a combo attack on Nimu and Semi-Perfect Cell. After realizing that he does not stand a chance against Nimu's Super 17 in this form, he transforms into Super Saiyan 3.
Beat uses Super Saiyan 2 during many battles in DBH. In World Mission, Class-up is called Super Class while Super Class-up is called Ultimate Class. After upgrading to either Super Class or Ultimate Class, Beat can acquire Super Saiyan 2 via another wish to Super Shenron (after acquiring Super Saiyan by a previous wish).
- Super Saiyan 3
Beat is first shown with the potential to eventually become a Super Saiyan 3 during his and the other heroes' battle with Black Smoke Shenron: as he powers up to escape the evil dragon's shadows, an image of a Super Saiyan 3 appears behind him. He later uses the form in the battle against Nimu's Super 17 after using the Super Class upgrade.
In World Mission, Super Class-up is called Ultimate Class and Super Saiyan 3 can be unlocked after upgrading to Ultimate Class via a wish to Super Shenron (after acquiring Super Saiyan and Super Saiyan 2 via previous wishes).
- Super Saiyan God
The Saiyan Hero gained the ability to become a Super Saiyan God after gaining the God Class upgrade.
- Super Saiyan Blue
The Saiyan Hero gained the ability to become a Super Saiyan Blue in Super Dragon Ball Heroes, The class up is called the Super God class-up.
- Great Saiyaman 4
In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission and the Dokkan Battle Story Event based on it, when Beat uses the Hero Switch to acquire the power to fight outside of the Super Dragon Ball Heroes game world, it causes his own version of the Great Saiyaman Suit to manifest due to him idolizing his mentor the Hero Master Great Saiyaman 3. The suit's design is based on Great Saiyaman 3's armored Great Saiyaman Suit though it lacks his sword and features the traditional red and yellow color scheme of Beat's clothing.
- Hero Switch - A bracelet-like device invented by Great Saiyaman 3 and Leggings that allows its user to physically enter the game world of Super Dragon Ball Heroes by taking on the form of their Hero Avatar. Additionally, it later allows Beat to acquire the power to fight in the real world and allows Beat to manifest his own Great Saiyaman Suit, effectively acting as Beat's Great Saiyaman Watch.
- Great Saiyaman Suit - A suit based off Great Saiyaman 3's which manifests when he uses the Hero Switch to acquire power to fight outside of the Super Dragon Ball Heroes game world due to him idolizing Great Saiyaman 3. As a result, the Hero Switch functions as Beat's Great Saiyaman Watch due to its role in the suit's creation. Due to its armored design to is more suitable for combat.
- Hero Robo - One of the mass produced copies of Giru created by the Capsule Corporation. Beat receives its Capsule from Lulu after completing all of her Tutorial Missions (the Hero Robo's name is selected by the player). Beat and his allies can equip the Hero Robo with Modules to produce different effects, capture, or summon characters in battle during a specific round.
- Accessory Items - In World Mission, Beat can equip Accessories to change his Super Attack, Abilities, CAA Ability, and/or Ultimate Unit. Accessories can be purchased from Maline's Accessory Shop in Hero Town, won as battle rewards or Tournament rewards, or won playing mini-games or via Accessory Gacha at the Incha's Gacha Shop. Accessories can only be equipped to cards in a Custom Deck and Special Type cards cannot be equipped with Accessories. Accessories can also be utilized in Card Creation to give said cards their default Super Attack, Abilities, CAA Ability, and Ultimate Unit though can also be equipped with Accessories in a Custom Deck (Custom Cards can only be used in a Custom Deck).
- Link System - In World Mission in missions for Arcade Mode Universe Mission Age "Android 21 Saga: Activation", Beat can use the Link System game mechanic to soul link their Hero Avatar with either Goku or Frieza granting them access to their body, Super Attack, and abilities that can cancel the effects of the Wave Machine ability used by enemy teams encountered during said missions.
Video Game Appearances
- Dragon Ball Heroes
- Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi (promotional character, can be created in Hero Mode)
- Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission
- Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2
- Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X
- Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission
- Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle (Base Saiyan & Great Saiyaman 4)
In Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, Beat is playable as a Saiyan in Base Form and in his Great Saiyaman 4 form from Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission which appears as a Story Event that partially covers the story of that game. Both of Bear's cards can be acquired through the Story Event as his base form card acquired from the Story Event can be Dokkan Awakened into Great Saiyaman 4 using Awakening Medals acquired from the Story Event.
- Japanese: Miyu Irino (入野自由)
- Victory Mission
- Beat (Base/Super Saiyan), Trunks (Base/Super Saiyan 3), Gogeta (Super Saiyan/Super Saiyan 3), & Gohan (Base/Super Saiyan) vs. Baby Janemba
- Beat, Goku (Super Saiyan 3), Vegeta (Super Saiyan 3), Trunks (Super Saiyan 3), Pan, & Luud vs. Baby (Baby Vegeta)
- Beat, Frieza, Cooler, GT Vegeta (Super Saiyan), & Goku (Super Saiyan 4) vs. Note, Super Baby Vegeta, Super Baby Vegeta 2, Pan, & Android 18
- Beat, Frieza, Cooler, GT Vegeta (Super Saiyan), Goku (Super Saiyan 4), & Hero Robot vs. Yoshito-kun, Majin Buu, Mr. Satan, & GT Mr. Satan
- Beat (Base/Super Saiyan/Super Saiyan 2), Frieza, Cooler, GT Vegeta (Super Saiyan), Goku (Super Saiyan 4) vs. Froze, Goku, Vegito, Piccolo, and Krillin
- Beat, Note, Forte, & Froze vs. Two Bullies
- Beat (Base/Super Saiyan) vs. Erito (Base/Super Saiyan)
- Beat (Base/Super Saiyan), Note (Base), GT Goku (Super Saiyan/Super Saiyan 4), GT Trunks, GT Goten, & Froze vs. Black Smoke Shenron
- Beat (Base/Super Saiyan/Super Saiyan 2/Super Saiyan 3), Goku (Super Saiyan 4), Adult Gotenks (Base), GT Gohan (Super Saiyan), & Bardock (Super Saiyan 2) vs. Oceanus Shenron-possessed Nim, Cell (Semi-Perfect Cell), Android 17, Hell Fighter 17, & Android 13 (Super Android 13)
- A character that looks like an adult version of him appears in the intro of Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, along with a character similar to Basaku.
- Beat's name is possibly a pun on the vegetable "Beetroot", similarly to Beets.
- Alternatively, it is a pun on the musical term "Beat" which fits with his girlfriend and female counterpart, Note, whose name is a pun on "musical note".
- In World Mission, Beat can use any Hero Avatar instead of being relegated to using the Saiyan Hero who is only the default option. As a result, he can use female Avatars such as the three Saiyan (Female) Avatars, Supreme Kai Berserker, or Dark Demon God Elite.
See also: Beat/Gallery
- Future Warrior
- Future Warrior (Xenoverse 2)
- Ultimate Tenkaichi Hero
- Unnamed Martial Artist (1)
- Unnamed Martial Artist (2)