Techniques and special abilities
- Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
- Nekohameha – Z's version of the trademark Kamehameha technique. It is likely that Z created this technique after witnessing his mentor Goku perform the Kamehameha, but how it differs from the original wave is unknown.
- Mimicry – The unique ability to copy, use, and even alter witnessed techniques.
- Energy Wave – A generic one-handed energy blast.
- High Speed Movement – The ability to move so fast that the user appears in another location.
- Cat's Paw - An ability used by Neko Majin Mike as a boss during the Budokai Saga in Dragon Ball Heroes that steals 2 Hero Energy from the enemy team at the end of Round 2.
- Declaration of Victory - A Card Action Ability used by Neko Majin Mike's JPJ-20 card in Dragon Ball Heroes that allows Neko Majin Mike to lock-on to an enemy when his Super Attack is available, and nullifies their guard and damage reduction.
- Power Level Capsule - An ability used by Neko Majin Mike as a boss during the Budokai Saga in Dragon Ball Heroes. Neko Majin Mike throws 1-3 capsules into his or the enemy's Prep Area, which permanently multiplies the Power Level of his team by 1.2 or permanently decreases the Power Level of the enemy team by 20%.
- Rejuvenation (Team) - An ability used by Neko Majin Mike as a boss during the Budokai Saga in Dragon Ball Heroes that fully restores the stamina of his entire team at the start of each round.
- Strong Will – An ability used by Neko Majin Mike's JPJ-20 card in Dragon Ball Heroes that prevents Neko Majin Mike from being stunned once.
Video Game Appearances
Neko Majin Mike makes his first debut ever in a video-game and as a playable character in Dragon Ball Heroes, introduced as a boss in the fourth mission of the Jaaku Mission series (JM4). He was made playable through a promotional card released around the same time.
He makes his first appearance in an English game localization of Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission.
- Japanese: Yūsuke Numata (Dragon Ball Heroes)
- Like most of the other Neko Majins, Neko Majin Mike is named after a breed of cat, specifically a type of Japanese bobtail referred to as mi-ke (三毛).
|Neko Majin Mix • Neko Majin Z|