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Double Tsuibikidan (ダブル追尾気弾[2] Daburu tsuibi ki-dan, lit. Double Chasing Energy Bullet) is a technique used by Krillin.


Krillin bends down as he brings his arms to his sides and charges up. Then, he brings his hands forward and fires two reddish-orange energy waves that follow the opponent like homing missiles, inflicting a great deal of damage.


Krillin uses this attack during his match against Piccolo in the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament. Piccolo thought nothing of this attack and merely jumped into the air, but he did not realize they followed him and was almost hit from behind. Though Piccolo managed to destroy the Double Tsuibikidan with his Eye Laser, this was merely a distraction as Krillin appeared behind Piccolo and punched him in the face.

Krillin later used this attack against Guldo to form a Combined Energy Wave with Gohan's Masenko. However, it is charged like a Kamehameha.

Krillin fires a Homing Energy Wave in Cooler's Revenge.

In Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge, Krillin uses a similar two handed blue beam to attack Salza. However, Salza deflects the blast with a punch.

Krillin fires a Homing Energy Wave to destroy Gero's lab

Later, when he and Future Trunks destroy Dr. Gero's Lab, Krillin uses the two handed blue beam. He and Trunks blast various objects in the laboratory, including Present Cell in his larval form.

Goku and Pikkon use similar attacks one against the other.[3]

In Dragon Ball Super, Krillin uses this attack against Goku during their fight.


  • Scattering Bullet – A powerful version of the Double Tsuibikidan, also used by Krillin. It consists of a powerful Energy Wave that can be teleguided shortly after being shot, which turns into an Energy Sphere and finally in an Energy Wave Barrage.

Video Game Appearances

Krillin's Double Tsuibikidan in Battle of Z

It is one of Krillin's Super Attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Buyū Retsuden and the Raging Blast series, named Mega-Pression and Homing Energy Wave respectively. It is reddish-orange in Buyū Retsuden and Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, and white/blue in the Raging Blast series and Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit.

In the Raging Blast series, Krillin's Signature Attack, Speed Ki Blast, can either be a weak Destructo Disc or Homing Energy Wave.

It is called Heat Seeking Blast in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.

It is his Blast Spark in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, where it appears as a giant Ki Blast instead of an Energy Wave.



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