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Homing Kikōha
Tracking Kikōha[1]
ついこう Tsuibi Kikōha
Literal English Tracking Spirit Cultivation Wave
Games Chasing Bullet
Tracking Energy Wave (追跡エネルギー波, Tsuibi Enerugī-Ha)[2][3]
Homing Ki Bullets (ホーミング気弾, Hōmingu Ki-dan)[4]
Other Double Ki Cannon (ダブルほう, Daburu Kihō)[5]

Double Tracking Ki Bullet (ダブルついだん, Daburu Tsuibi Kidan)[6]

First Appearance
Manga Debut Volume #15, Chapter #172
Anime Debut DB137
Data
Type Ki Manipulation Technique
Sub-Type Tracking type
Class Offensive
Range Long range
Other
Parent Kikōha
Related technique(s)
Users


The Tracking Life Cultivation Wave is a variation of the Kikōha technique that has homing properties that pursues a target by sensing the target's ki.

Usage

The Tracking Life Cultivation Wave is a very unique variation of the standard Kikōha, used by both Kulilin and Piccolo. The technique works by firing a 'homing missile', tracking the opponent based off of sensing their ki signature. Evasion is difficult, if not impossible, as the technique will follow the target until it makes contact; however, it can be destroyed, as shown by Piccolo against Kulilin. It is possible to fire more than one.[1]

Trivia

  • Despite Daizenshū 7 stating the Tracking Kikōha debuted in chapter 189, it actually débuted in chapter 172, with Kulilin's usage of the technique against Piccolo.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Daizenshū 7, page 133
  2. Sparking! series
  3. Dragon Ball FighterZ
  4. Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2
  5. Daizenshū 2, page 208
  6. Daizenshū 4, page 112
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