"Fire a volley of Ki Blasts in one go! You can cancel the move by performing additional input before the blast is released."
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.
Video Game Appearances
"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
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 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.