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"Fire a volley of Ki Blasts in one go! You can cancel the move by performing additional input before the blast is released."
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Skill description

Trap Shooter (トラップシューター Torappu Shūtā) is a one-handed Continuous Energy Bullet.


The user draws their right hand back and charges a green or yellow energy sphere. Then, they wave their hand forward and fire several, compact, powerful energy sphere bullets that follow the opponent's movements, inflicting considerable damage.


During the Tournament of Power, Legendary Super Saiyan Kale uses Blaster Cannon against Super Saiyan 2 Goku.[4]

In Dragon Ball GT, Omega Shenron uses a cyan, two-handed version against Goku and Vegeta.

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes, during the Supreme Kai of Time Saga, Super Full Power Saiyan 4 Limit Breaker Broly uses the move to attack Super Full Power Saiyan 4 Limit Breaker Xeno Gogeta, who cancels the move with Stardust Rising.

Film Appearances[]

In Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly uses the Gigantic Cluster on Goku after shrugging off a kick, forcing Goku to dodge.


Bojack before being interrupted by Future Trunks

In Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, although he is seen in the position for launching it on Piccolo, Bojack actually never uses the Trap Shooter due to Future Trunks' intervention.

In Dragon Ball Z: Broly - Second Coming, Super Saiyan C-type Broly uses the Eraser Shot.

In Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly, Bio-Broly uses Eraser Shot.

In Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, Pikkon uses his Trap Shooter as part of his No Running rush attack variation against Janemba.

In Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Broly uses Gigantic Cluster against Gogeta.


Video Game Appearances[]

Trap Shooter was named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, where it is featured as a Blast 2 for Broly, Bojack, Zangya, and Syn Shenron.

In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, the technique is named Eraser Shot and is one of Super Saiyan Broly's Super Attacks.

In Dragon Ball Heroes it was named Gigantic Cluster (ギガンティッククラスター) and is the Super Attack of Broly and Broly: BR.

"1. Attack with a volley of Ki Blasts. 2. Perform additional input before firing to cancel the move. The Ki Blasts will accurately home in on your opponent, but take some time to release. Use this cancelling technique as a feint to deceive your opponent."
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Tutorial description

DBXV2 Future Warrior (Super Pack 3 DLC) Trap Shooter (Super Skill)

Future Warrior using Trap Shooter in Xenoverse 2

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 as part of the Super Pack 3 DLC, Trap Shooter appears as one of Bojack's Super Skills. It can also be learned by the Future Warrior by completing School Quest: "Lesson 1" of Bojack's Training. In Xenoverse 2, performing additional input before firing cancels the move which can be used as a feint to deceive opponents and may be a reference to Bojack canceling the technique when his attack was interrupted by Future Trunks in the film. It also requires 2 Ki Bars to perform though the Ki Bars are only used up when it is actually fired.

In Dragon Ball Legends, Super Saiyan: Full Power Broly uses it against Super Saiyan Blue Vegito during a special Summon animation. However, Vegito Blue is able to avoid or deflect the blasts, before charging towards Broly resulting in their fists clashing triggering the summons.

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, Gigantic Cluster appears as the Super Attack for the SH7-20 Broly (Base) card. It can also be learned by Hero type Avatars when Broly's Camaraderie reaches Lvl 9.

Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle depicts Pikkon using the Trap Shooter in an artwork for one of his playable units. A different version of Pikkon also uses the Trap Shooter in tandem with Gogeta's Stardust Breaker as Pikkon's Unit Super Attack.