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"Gotenks makes the scene!!"
— Xeno Gotenks' arrival to save his father.

Xeno Gotenks (ゴテンクス:ゼノ Gotenkusu:Zeno) ​is an incarnation of Gotenks from a world seperate from the main timeline, He is Xeno Gotan and Xeno Trunks' resulting fusion when they perform the Fusion Dance and a member of the Time Patrol.


Appearance

Xeno Gotenks appearance differs from his main counterpart, although he wears the same brown gloves and black shirt, he is also seen wearing the same Time Patrol boots that both fusees wear, appearing with black pants and a blue petticoat. Xeno Gotenks vest is black and he also uses Xeno Trunks' sword locked around the chest by a belt. Also, he appears to take after Xeno Goten's hair, having shorter hair, tilted to the right, as opposed to his counterpart having longer hair shaped like Super Saiyan Goten's hair.

Personality

His brief appearance shows that he is somewhat cocky as he is always smiling and confident to fight against Baby Hatchiyack even in his base form.

During his Fusion Warriors from Beyond Unit Super Unit Attack in Dragon Ball Heroes and World Mission, he is shown to be somewhat impatient not unlike his counterpart Gotenks as a child.

Biography

Dragon Ball Heroes

Dark Demon Realm Saga

Main articles: Dark Demon Realm Saga and Dragon Ball Heroes In the game, Xeno Gotenks is the result of Xeno Goten who already knew about the fusion dance and Xeno Trunks, who either also knew about it through his Time Patrolling during the Majin Buu arc or learned the technique from Goten at some point prior to their meeting on the battlefield. Xeno Gotenks is created as an attempt to defeat Baby Hatchiyack, the ultimate warrior of the Tuffle race.

Dark Empire Saga

Main article: Dark Empire Saga

Xeno Gotenks alongside the Time Patrol.

In Hell, Xeno Vegeta continues his battle against the Demon God, Shroom. As Shroom goes in to finish off the worn out Vegeta, he is suddenly attacked by Xeno Gotenks who appears through a dark portal followed by Chronoa, Chamel and Xeno Gohan. Outnumbered, Shroom retreats through the same portal back to the Demon Realm. Chronoa uses her magic abilities to temporarily rewind Xeno Vegeta's injuries and meanwhile notices that the dark portal is beginning to close and asks Chamel to use his magic to open it back up so they can enter through it.

Mechikabura's subordinates, Gravy, Putine, Towa, Salsa, Mira, and Xeno Dabura show up in order to hold off the Time Patrol to buy time for the Dragon to restore their master’s power. However, Chronoa attempts to bypass them and head straight to Mechikabura herself. Xeno Dabura goes in to attack her but he is held off by Xeno Gotenks though they defuse immediately afterward.

Power

Manga

Xeno Gotenks is powerful enough to blast Shroom away, and easily beat down the Demon Realm's soldiers with his Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack technique.

Game

Xeno Gotenks is likely quite powerful, as he seems confident in taking on Baby Hatchiyack with just his base form.

Abilities

  • Flight – Gotenks has the ability to fly with the use of ki.
  • Ki Blast – The most basic form of energy wave.
  • Kamehameha – Due to Goten's knowledge of this technique.
  • Galactic Donut – A powerful gripping technique Xeno Gotenks can perform.
  • Super Ghost Kamikaze Attack – Xeno Gotenks can expel Kamikaze Ghosts from his mouth for an attack. These ghosts are touch sensitive and explode when they touch anything, including each other (shown when the ghosts grab each other's hands).
  • Burning Kamehameha - A combination of Trunks' Burning Attack and Goten's Kamehameha.
    • Super Burning Kamehameha (超バーニングかめはめ波) - A more powerful version of the technique used in Dragon Ball Heroes.
  • God Kamehameha - A powerful version of the Kamehameha usable by Xeno Gotenks in Dragon Ball Heroes as of GDM7. He will transform into Super Saiyan state while preparing the technique.
  • Fusion Warriors from Beyond Unit - A team attack variation of Temporal Justice and Soul Punisher performed by Time Power Unleashed Chronoa, Xeno Gotenks, and Xeno Gogeta in Dragon Ball Heroes.

Super Saiyan

Main article: Super Saiyan

Super Saiyan Gotenks: Xeno card for Dragon Ball Heroes

Like his main timeline counterpart, Xeno Gotenks possesses the ability to transform into a Super Saiyan.

This form is introduced in the seventh mission of the God Mission series (GDM7).

Super Saiyan 3

Main article: Super Saiyan 3

Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks: Xeno card for Dragon Ball Heroes

Like his main timeline counterpart, Xeno Gotenks is capable of assuming this transformation in the seventh mission of the God Mission series (GDM7).

In this form, Xeno Gotenks attains a stronger version of the Super Burning Kamehameha, called Super Ultra Burning Kamehameha which is his strongest technique.

Video Game Appearances

Xeno Gotenks makes his debut in a video-game in Dragon Ball Heroes, introduced in the sixth mission of the God Mission series (GDM6).

Voice Actors

Battles

Super Dragon Ball Heroes
Manga

Trivia

  • Gotenks' appearance in this iteration, much like his GT counterpart, contradicts the mechanics of the Fusion Dance in regards to his clothing. Certain articles of Xeno Gotenks outfit are taken from the fusees (such as his boots), despite Metamoran Fusion replacing any trace of the fusees' outfits with traditional Metamoran clothing.

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