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Fusion

合体

Gattai

Fusion (合体,Gattai, lit. "Union") is the process of merging two or more separate beings into one, combining their attributes, from strength and speed to reflexes, intelligence, and wisdom. When properly fused, the single being created has an astounding level of power, far beyond what either fusees would have had individually. So far, it has been shown that there are at least six different ways to fuse and there are many types of fusion.[1]

Types of fusion

Namekian Fusion

Main article: Namekian Fusion

Namekian Fusion (融合,Yūgō, [2]lit. "Assimilation") is the first biological fusion that appears in the series (mechanical merging having already appeared with the Pilaf Machines' combination ability). A special technique unique to the Namekians, it is more of an assimilation than a fusion, as one Namekian absorbs the energy, strength, memories, and intelligence or thought pattern of another. Both participants must willingly consent to fuse in this manner and usually, the pair agrees to the stronger of the two to serve their body as the host. The agreed host places his hand over the chest of the other one and through unknown means, they merge with a blinding flash. After the fusion, only the body of the host remains, and the non-host ceases to exist as a body. It is also possible to merge with more than two Namekians.

This technique is used twice in the series. When this happens, the Namekians can choose who's form the new being will be based on. Both times, Piccolo fused with Nail, the last Warrior-Type Namekian, and then with Kami. Both times, Nail and Kami agreed they would not combine their individuality with Piccolo's due to his pride and for their own individual reasons. Nail simply wanted to make sure Frieza is beaten. Kami agreed to defeat a new threat, they had to reunite. However, Piccolo does notice some personality changes before adjusting to them and returning to his old self. During the second fusion with Kami, Piccolo briefly stated he's not Kami nor Piccolo but a Namekian who has long since forgotten his name. Later on, however, he went back to referring to himself as Piccolo. On both occasions, Piccolo gained enough power to defeat the current villain before they powered up. Though during his fusion with Kami, it would appears as if Piccolo's power only about doubled, compared to the much larger boost the fusion with Nail gave him.

The resulting fusion causes a massive power boost; prior to fusing with Kami, Piccolo (who had trained for the arrival of the Androids and had fused with Nail) had fallen by one punch to the stomach by Android However, after fusing with Kami, Piccolo is able to even the odds and even overpower the Android at times. Both the host and his partner maintain separate consciousnesses: while the host has control of the body, the partner can watch from inside and is capable of talking with the host's consent; during his fight with Imperfect Cell, Piccolo gives Kami credit for coming up with the idea of playing possum in order to extract information from Cell.

Unlike most other forms of Fusions, the Namekian Fusion is irreversible under normal circumstances. If the Namekian being absorbed is a Dragon Clan member who have created a set of Dragon Balls, said set of Dragon Balls will become inert, as though the creator has died, since the host body will not bear the link to the artifact's viability. It was for this reason that Piccolo and Kami had great reluctance before Cell's killing spree edged them into the fusion. The only known way to reverse this type of fusion is to use the Forced Spirit Fission technique to separate the fused Namekians, with Vegeta making note of the fact he could reverse Piccolo’s fusions this way.

In Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu, Piccolo can decide to fuse with the Namekian warriors Maima and Tsumuri when he arrives on Namek. Dende can also be part of this fusion if desired. In Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors, Piccolo absorbs King Piccolo (making him truly complete), and the absorption is enough to increase his strength to the point of being an equal with Super Buu. In Dragon Ball Heroes, the Namekians, including players' avatars, have the ability to use this technique. In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Percel mentions patrolling a timeline where King Piccolo fused with Kami.

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Fusion Dance

Main article: Fusion Dance

A fusion (フュージョン,Fyūjon)[2] performed using the Fusion Dance, a dance developed by an alien species called the Metamorans which Goku learned in the Other World. It was first introduced when the threat of Majin Buu emerged. The dance results in a completely new merged being with characteristics from both mergers. The newly fused body is dressed in Metamoran attire; a dark-colored vest lined with light-colored linen, white pants with a cloth belt, and boots. The Fusion only lasts 30 minutes, after which the fusees separate back to normal.

In the manga, it was stated that there are certain requirements to the Fusion Dance as opposed to the Potara Earring fusion, such as the mergers need to have equal power and roughly similar height, but in a recent interview, Akira Toriyama said that it is possible to merge no matter the conditions, as long as it all goes well and it is even possible for a larger number of people to merge.[1] Each character stands six paces from each other, side to side. They hold their arms out so each person's arms point away from their partner, palms open and facing forwards. While saying "Fuuuu" each person shuffles their feet sideways towards their partner. Both people must take exactly three steps at this time. While doing so, each person swings both arms over their head so each of the two sets of arms point to their partner's. Then, while saying "sion" each person swings their arms across their body, turning them so their palm faces the floor and closing their fists. At the same time, they must bring the outer leg up so it is at a right angle, with their shin facing their partner and their foot level with their knee. Finally, each person shouts "Ha!" and leans their torso over so it is slanted towards their partner. The series of movements leading up to "Ha!" are important for syncing the two people up and also concentrating their minds. But once you get really good at it, it's also possible to merge with just the "Ha!".[1] They bring their arms up over their head so they point "upwards" (in relation to themselves) with their index fingers out. They must then fully extend their outer legs. At this point, each person's fingers should touch their partner's fingers. If both characters do this exactly right, the fusion will be successful.

They must always mirror the other merger otherwise it would result in a faulty version. The whole process is rather short despite the long description. The limits of the Fusion Dance are very great in comparison to others. For instance, the fusion only lasts 30 minutes at most and that can be cut down further to as little as about five minutes if too much power is needed to sustain the form or damage is taken in. Another weakness is its unreliability; for example, in combat, when two fighters decide to fuse and one of them fails to mirror the other, the resulting fused character would most probably find himself desperately clinging to life, as it would result in an extremely weak obese version of the fusion with not even the ability to scamper around without catching its breath, or a sickly, skinny old version that can barely stand on its two feet and a retry cannot be attempted until the fusion ends after 30 minutes. However, in Dragon Ball: The Return of Son Goku and Friends!, Goten and Trunks seem to somehow have de-fused themselves immediately after accidentally fusing into Fat Gotenks, contradicting the minute duration.

However, if the fusion does succeed, the new merged being will find the results are well worth the risk. The Fusion Dance creates a being that resembles both people's pre-fusion but can have a dominant side in both their behavior or appearance. Once the fusion is successful and after it expires, the two fusees will not find themselves able to fuse again without an hourly resting period, as shown by Goten and Trunks' inability to resume their Gotenks state after they separated against Super Buu. However, this one hour resting period does not seem to apply to failed fusions, as Goten and Trunks appear to have been able to fuse again immediately after their fat and skinny states diffused.

In the Dragon Ball manga, the only characters to use the Fusion Dance are Trunks and Goten. Their first attempt results in a fat Gotenks, the second in a skinny, old Gotenks, but the third attempt produces the true Gotenks, who fights Majin Buu. He later fights Super Buu in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber and again, as Super Saiyan 3, on The Lookout. This quick unlocking of the state and its usage however shortens the time that they could stay fused tremendously.

In Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn, Goku persuades Vegeta to do the Fusion Dance with him to form Gogeta and destroy Janemba. Their first attempt, however, results in a fat Gogeta named Veku, as Vegeta had his fist clenched when his finger was supposed to be extended, from only just having seen the dance from Goku. The Fusion Dance is also used in Dragon Ball GT when Goku and Vegeta fuse into Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta to fight Omega Shenron, though the fusion wears off before Gogeta can destroy him.

In Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2, Yamcha and Tien Shinhan can do the Fusion Dance and become Tiencha. This and all "fan fusions" are strangely removed from its acclaimed sequel, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3. However, Tiencha returns as a fusion for Tien and Yamcha in Dragon Ball Fusions. Additionally, Piccolo and Krillin can fuse into Prillin in Dragon Ball Fusions.

Fusions can also be terminated if the fusion takes on too much damage. In Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon, Goten and Trunks fuse to fight Hirudegarn and during the battle, the monster hits Gotenks with sufficient force to separate Goten and Trunks far before the minute time limit is reached.

"Hehe! I can stay like this for as lonnnnng as I want! Pretty sweet, huh? I mean, it'd be pretty bad if my fusion ended right in the middle of a lesson, right? So Supreme Kai of Time made it so my fusion never ends! This way I can always be at my strongest! Hahahahaha!"
&#; Gotenks explaining his lack of a time limit in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

In the Xenoverse series, it is revealed by Gotenks that Chronoa made it so that Metamoran fusions last indefinitely while within Toki Toki City and later Conton City. In Xenoverse 2, Gotenks explained Chronoa made it that way so his fusion doesn't time out so he can train members of the Time Patrol. This indicates that Chronoa's power over time can remove the Metamoran Fusion time limit. However, the Time limit is apparently restored if they leave either city indicating that Chronoa's negation of the time limit only affects certain areas or that her powers have a limited range as she rarely leaves either the two cities or the Time Nest.

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Potara Earrings

Main article: Potara

The Potara Fusion is performed using the earrings that the Supreme Kais wear normally. These earrings combine both users into a new being with complete attributes in the final product all the way down to their clothes. This fusion does allow for advanced transformation states such as Super Saiyan forms to be accessed even after the fusion, though the Old Kai comments that while they could technically merge whilst at full power in the state, it will shorten their lifetime significantly from being unable to fall out of the form. Mortals who perform Potara Fusion have a one-hour time limit before they de-fuse, but if a Supreme Kai is one of the fusees, then the fusion will become permanent, being unable to break apart whether the two fusees like it or not. However, there are alternate methods of dissolving the fusion regardless of whoever the participants are, usually by forcing the fusees apart (such as being magically split through a wish on the Dragon Balls).

Using the earrings is very simple, in comparison to the fusion dance. Each person puts on the earrings on the opposite ear of their partner. The orb on the earring glows and both users are thrown together. The new being emerges glowing in green light with the earrings still on each of the two ears.

In the Dragon Ball series, only five of these fusions are accounted for: one with Old Kai with an Old Witch, one with Kibito and Shin to make Kibito Kai, one with Vegeta and Goku to make Vegito, one with Goku Black and Future Zamasu to make Fused Zamasu, and one with Caulifla and Kale to make Kefla. All of these transformations give the new merged being a great deal of power from both mergers, so much that Vegito in his base form finds himself completely dominating Super Buu with Gohan, Goten, Trunks, and Piccolo all absorbed into his body before even transforming into his Super Saiyan form. However, in the manga, Vegito actually immediately transforms into a Super Saiyan to give himself a complete advantage, because in his base form he is well near Buu's power.

It would seem that in a fusion with a Supreme Kai, the Supreme Kai tends to be dominant. For example, when Old Kai (who is young at the time) accidentally fuses with the witch, the only real changes to him are his age, his voice (which only sounds older), and the witch's magic-powers. Also, with Kibito Kai, the only real changes are his hairstyle, (he adopts Kibito's hair) his clothing, (he adopts Kibito's red Kaioshin uniform) and his abilities (he gains all of Kibito's and Supreme Kai's abilities). His voice is completely unaltered from Supreme Kai, and from the way he looks back at Majin Buu's history, he is clearly more Supreme Kai than Kibito. The voices are an effective way to tell the difference between Potara fusions which include a Supreme Kai and those that do not, as Vegito is depicted with a dual voice consisting of both his fusees' voices, similar to Fusion Dance warriors, in both the original Japanese version and the Funimation dub, though he is depicted with one voice in the Ocean dub.

Another aspect of the Potara is that when someone uses the earrings, the fused being will often have a cross between the clothes of the two users (Vegito) or just one set worn by one of the users (Old Kai, Kibito Kai) instead of the clothes worn by the Fusion Dance warriors.

There are some weaknesses to this type of fusion. For those who aren't Supreme Kai the fusion only lasts for one hour. Another, potentially fatal, weakness is that the fusees cannot be transformed before the fusion because they may never be able to power down as stated by Old Kai when Goku asked if he should be a Super Saiyan before fusing. Also, if an Immortal fuses with a mortal the fusion result will start to fall apart becoming purple and gooey.

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God Fusion

Main article: God Fusion

God Fusion is an advanced fusion between multiple people created from a wish from Shenron. Similar to the Five-Way Fusion, multiple people pose the same way as the Fusion Dance in order to fuse, although the main user has to gather energy in order to do so. The result is psychically similar to that of the Fusion Dance, with the fusion wearing Metamoran clothing. Unlike the Fusion Dance or Potara, it is unnecessary for the users to be equal in power, as shown with Goku's fusion with the audience in the Capsule Corp. ship. It is unknown if fusions created from God Fusion have a time limit, or if they could defuse at will.

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EX-Fusion

EX-Fusion is an unnatural Fusion technique created by Capsule Corporation. In order to perform EX-Fusion, the two users must both be wearing special Capsule Corp armlets called Metamo-Rings, and then perform the Fusion Dance. The result is a fusion of the two, physically the result is similar to Potara, as their clothes fuse (and their Metamo-Rings fuse into a single ring worn by the resulting fusion) as well instead of gaining a Metamoran jacket. EX-Fusion allows people of different sizes and genders to fuse as well. It appears in Dragon Ball Fusions. The customizable protagonist Tekka is quite adept at EX-Fusion as they can fuse with almost anyone provided they are selected as Fusion Target 1. However, Tekka's EX-Fusions function more like assimilation as Tekka's EX-Fusions retain Tekka's selected name, select race, selected gender (does not apply to Namekians), voice, and profile description. The gender of the EX-Fusion created by two opposite genders is implied to be determined by who's traits are more dominant as both Android and Great Saiyaman 12 result in male EX-Fusions due to their male fusee's traits being more dominant. In the case of Tekka, their selected gender determines the EX-Fusion gender due to Tekka's traits being more dominant even if they fuse with a Namekian. If Tekka is Namekian, their resulting EX-Fusion will be genderless due to their Namekian hermaphroditic traits being dominant (which cause them to lack binary genders).

In addition to appearing in Dragon Ball Fusions, certain EX-Fusions also appear in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle. These EX-Fusions include Karoly, Bulpan, Pandel, Chiaoman, Celluza, Coolieza, and Whirus.

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Freeform Fusion

Main article: Freeform Fusion A fusion technique introduced in Dragon Ball Fusions. Though performed using Metamo-Rings and Fusion Dance like EX-Fusion the results surpass even EX-Fusion in freedom of variety. There are over 50, possible combinations. Freeform Fusion resembles the absorption ability used by Buu and Namekian Fusion, as the instigator of Freeform Fusion will be the completely dominant fusee - retaining their name and personality once the fusion is complete, though with the addition of "KF" in front of their name. It also resembles Shinjin-based Potara fusion as well. Unlike EX-Fusion, Freeform Fusions do not require the fusee to have an affinity to one another, though it only functions via StreetPass.

Five-Way Fusion

Main articles: Five-Way Fusion and Ultra Fusion Five-Way Fusion is a more advanced form of the Fusion Dance that was developed by the Ginyu Force that allows five people to fuse in order to create an extremely powerful fusion entity known as an Ultra Fusion (aka Maxi-Fusion). Like Metamoran Fusion, the five fusees must perform dance-like poses in synchronization with one another while saying Fu-sion-Ha! to fuse. The result is an extremely tall fusion with incredible power. Though powerful like Metamoran fusion and non-Shinjin Potara fusion, 5-Way Fusion has a time limit that is even less than Metamoran fusion, meaning the Ultra Fusion produced must use all their power to defeat opponents quickly before they defuse. The fusion's racial appearance is determined by the one who initiates the Five-Way Fusion as it can be either Saiyan, Earthling, Namekian, Alien, or Offworlder. If initiated by a female the resulting Ultra Fusion will be female and if by a male the resulting fusion will be male. A Namekian Ultra Fusions lack gender differences (as Namekians are considered to be hermaphrodites). Interestingly, though it was developed by the Ginyu Force (before they learn how to perform Metamoran Fusion Dance), the clothing of the resulting Ultra Fusion resembles Metamoran clothing in design, though with the addition of scarf-like tassels. Also, the vest may differ in design and length depending on the race and gender that initiated the fusion. Saiyan- initiated Ultra Fusions take on a form that resembles a Super Saiyan 4 with golden fur and Super Saiyan hair. Earthling Ultra Fusions have blue and green hair. Due to fusion's size, Namekian Ultra Fusion appears to be in their Great Namek state. It appears in Dragon Ball Fusions.

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Absorption

Absorption (吸収,Kyūshū) is a different form of Fusion, as it usually involves the consumption of an individual, as opposed to a sharing of power. The most famous users of absorption are Cell and Buu. Cell uses his scorpion-like tail to absorb a helpless victim, while Buu uses his flesh to do the job. A similar technique is used by Naturon Shenron to take control of a body and multiply its natural abilities for his own destructive use. Androids 19 and 20 also employ a form of absorption, though theirs only absorbs energy from a target, rather than the target's entire body. Android 13 demonstrated a similar ability to absorb the components of his destroyed comrades, Android 14 and Android 15 into his body in order to transform into Super Android

After absorbingSeven-Three and using his Copy Ability to copy Merus' powers, Moro was able to fuse with the Earth, allowing him to exceed the limitations of his organic body in order to contain Merus' Angel power. However, the energy he was absorbing from the Earth took a toll on Moro's mind and caused him to begin to go insane. According to Whis, killing Moro in this state would cause an explosion large enough to obliterate the entire galaxy.

The technique can be performed by Majin Buu and Uub in Dragon Ball Heroes.

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Dragon Ball Z: The 25 Craziest Fusions From The Video Games

Introduced about halfway through the Majin Buu arc, the concept of fusion completely turned Dragon Ball on its head. The entire latter half of the arc was dedicated to the concept of fusion. Majin Buu fused with others by absorbing them; Goten and Trunks trained to fuse into Gotenks; and Goku needed to fuse with Vegeta to gain an upper hand against Buuhan. Going into GT, the series once again used fusion for a climatic moment, bringing Gogeta in to fight off Omega Shenron. Following the end of GT, however, the series went quiet and it would be roughly a decade and a half until Battle of Gods would revive the franchise.

That doesn’t mean Dragon Ball was lacking content, however. In the meantime, fusions were still thriving through spin-offs and video games. If you’ve ever caught wind of odd looking characters online, you can be sure they’re probably from Dragon Ball Heroes or, more recently, Dragon Ball Fusions. While the series was resting, the video games kept fusion alive to the point where spin-offs arguably make fusion appear more prominent than it actually was. On top of that, the non-canon fusions we get tend to be utterly ridiculous, playing up the wildest pairings in the series for seemingly no reason. These are just 25 of the craziest fusions from the Dragon Ball video games.

25 Tiencha (Tien And Yamcha)

Easily the most prolific of the video game fusions, Tiencha is the long-awaited merging of Tien Shinhan and Yamcha using the Fusion Dance together in Budokai 2. What makes Tiencha all the more interesting, however, is just how bizarre his design is. Yamcha and Tien are fairly unique characters as far as their appearances go, so merging them together results in someone less savory to say the least.

Who doesn't love Tiencha? 

With three eyes, an exceptionally round head, a scar over his right eye, and spiky hair exclusively on the back of his head, Tiencha is… ugly. To make matters a bit more awkward, the Fusion Dance requires both participants to be roughly on the same power scale, but Tien is leagues stronger than Yamcha. Logically and aesthetically, Tiencha is a bit of a mess.

24 Natz (Nappa And Raditz)

It perhaps doesn’t need to be said, but the majority of fusions on this list will be coming from Dragon Ball Fusions. The first of those fusions was one that was actually featured in the Dragon Ball Fusions manga adaptation: Natz. The result of Nappa and Raditz using the Fusion Dance together, Natz, like Tiencha, is a bit of an oddity.

For starters, Natz, despite being a full-blooded Saiyan, lacks a tail. On top of that, he’s wearing Raditz’ scouter making this the first real instance of a Fusion Dance character carrying over accessories. To tie a bow on the weird package, Natz looks almost exactly like Nappa from the Bardock TV special, bringing over virtually no visual cues from Raditz.

23 Gulce (Guldo And Jeice)

For as strange as they are, there is some logic to creating characters like Tiencha and Natz. Tien and Yamcha have always had a fairly interesting dynamic in the context of the series, and Raditz and Nappa both serve as secondary antagonists to Vegeta during the Saiyan arc. Fusing them together makes sense. What doesn’t make sense, however, is fusing Guldo and Jeice together.

Gulce has green skin like Guldo and red hair styled after Jeice’s white. Honestly, he looks more like Guldo with a bad perm than anything. The worst part about a fusion like Gulce is that his only real abilities have to come from Guldo. Jeice never had any unique moves in the series meaning Gulce may as well just be Guldo after joining a Hair Band.

22 Yamta (Yamcha And Vegeta)

Have you ever felt Yamcha was just too soft? Or that Vegeta was just too darn hard? Have you ever wanted to combine both Yamcha and Vegeta together into the perfect man? If you’re Bulma, chances are you’d answer “yes” to all these questions.

The dream man to end all dream men, Yamta is actually kind of a stud. Taking characteristics from both characters depictions in the Saiyan arc, Yamta has long hair, a tail, and Yamcha’s signature scares. He looks more like Vegeta than anyone to be quite honest, but Yamta’s smug aura captures both characters at their very best.

21 Karoly (Goku And Broly)

Arguably the current face of non-canon fusions, Karoly was featured heavily in the marketing for Dragon Ball Fusions. The result of Goku and Broly fusing together via EX-Fusion, it’s heavily implied that Karoly is one of the strongest characters in the entire franchise. At least as far as non-canon spin-offs are confirmed.

Fanservice in its purest form. 

In an issue of V-Jump leading up to Fusions’ release, it was speculated that Karoly would actually be stronger than Vegetto. The very same issue has Towa, one of Heroes’ major players, commenting on how Karoly could likely do battle with Beerus on equal footing. Given that Karoly was first and foremost created to push copies of Fusions, it’s not out of the question for him to be so absurdly powerful.

20 Colohan (Piccolo And Gohan)

Colohan, incorrectly translated as Kallohan for Dragon Ball Fusions’ English release, is what happens when, for whatever ungodly reason, you decide to fuse Piccolo and Gohan together. Colohan is, quite frankly, terrifying. His body looks like Piccolo, but his face is heavily modeled after Gohan’s. Colohan’s mere existence is almost perverse in nature. Should a student really be fusing with his master? Honestly, the longer you look at Colohan, the more uncomfortable you’re bound to get.

19 Demon King Daccolo (Dabra And King Piccolo)

You know who’s an awesome idea for a fused fighter? Demon King Daccolo. Taking the series’ two main demon lord, Demon King Daccolo blends Dabra and Demon King Piccolo into one of the most inspired fused characters to make an appearance in Dragon Ball Fusions.

Daccolo is pure evil personified, especially since he carries over Dabra’s Majin power-up making him all the more ferocious. As far as designs go, he’s easily one of the best fusions on this list. The green and blue pair off each other spectacularly, and using Dabra’s body as a base allows Daccolo to stand out next to other Namekian based fusions.

18 Cellin (Cell And Krillin)

The original Budokai featured some of the most original What-If scenarios in the franchise. What if Vegeta turned Super Saiyan after fighting Goku for the first time? What if Frieza gained immortality on Namek? What if Cell accidentally absorbed Krillin and turned into an orange Cell Jr. named Cellin who Yamcha and Tien had to fight?

Thank you for giving us Cellin, Budokai. 

Apparently, Krillin is so weak that Cell powers down to around Ginyu Force levels of Battle Power. Yamcha and Tien are able to trounce him with really no issue. Just the idea of a fusion being weaker than two individual fighters is honestly hilariously ridiculous. You have to give Budokai props for getting creative.

17 Janembuu (Janemba And Kid Buu)

Considering Janemba’s design is directly based off of Majin Buu’s, it’s only fitting Dragon Ball Fusions pair the two characters together. Interestingly, however, Janemba isn’t paired with Fat Buu or Super Buu, the versions of Buu he’s most inspired by, but rather Kid Buu. This results in a truly demonic appearance for Janembuu.

His red body type comes off legitimately satanic and Kid Buu’s malicious face makes an already conceptually horrifying fusion all the more terrifying. If that wasn’t enough, both Janemba and Kid Buu are basically devoid of intelligent thought meaning Janembuu is one of the most theoretically dangerous characters in the franchise.

16 Cellza (Cell And Frieza)

Cellza, erroneously translated as Celluza for Dragon Ball Fusions, is one of the only video games fusions on this list to actually use assets from both characters to create a fusion that looks like a genuine mix of both participants. With that in mind, Cellza might actually be the single greatest fusion on the spin off side of things.

Let's not kid ourselves: Cellza's the coolest villain in the franchise. 

With Cell’s body, Frieza’s face, and pure malice that can be tied back to either character, Cellza actually manages to feel both like Cell and Frieza all at once. It certainly helps that Cell shares DNA with Frieza in canon, meaning there’s already some overlap there, but their designs are worlds apart. The fact someone can look at Cellza and immediately deduce he’s the result of Cell and Frieza fusing is a triumph in character design.

15 Chiaoldo (Chaozu And Guldo)

Chaozu and Guldo seems like a rather silly fusion combo given the two characters only ever interact during a stretch of filler episodes at the tail end of the Frieza saga, but, personalities and relationship aside, there’s quite a bit of sense in creating a character like Chiaoldo.

Easily the biggest justification for this fusion is the fact that Chaozu and Guldo are two of only three characters in the entire franchise who show proficiency with telekinesis or psychic abilities. In that sense, and that sense alone, they are the perfect candidates for a fusion. With the ability to stop time, freeze opponents in place, and blow himself up, Chiaoldo is actually a fearsome opponent.

14 Reguldo (Recoome And Guldo)

Guldo sure gets to be a part of a lot of weird fusions, doesn’t he? If you thought his fusion with Jeice was unnerving, get ready to see what happens when you merge Guldo and Recoome together. Known only as Reguldo, this fused fighter has Guldo’s body, Recoome’s face, and white skin. Also, he has hair.

He’s about as terrifying as he looks and he’s not particularly powerful either considering Guldo and Recoome don’t really play off each other properly. Reguldo’s more of a bootleg action figure than he is a worthwhile fused fighter. You’re best off just ignoring his existence for the rest of your days.

13 Bulpan (Bulla And Pan)

In large part due to her appearance in Dokkan Battle, Bulpan has quickly become one of the most popular What-If fusions in the franchise. It certainly helps her case that she’s the rare female fusion, and a rather likable one at that. Taking Pan and Bulla (Bra for purists) from Dragon Ball GT, Bulpan gives more than a few fans what they’ve been clamoring for for years.

Bulpan: Giving GT some much-needed love. 

In general, Dragon Ball GT tends to get little love. It’s far from the highest point in the franchise's history, but it does have its fans and most can agree that it handles its characters relatively well as far as personalities go. Bulpan gives Bulla and Pan something to actually do while forging a connection between the two, something sorely missing in GT.

12 Towale (Towa And Arale)

Towale’s the kind of character who’s only going to be able to please a very niche group of fans, but boy are those fans going to be excited about seeing her. A fusion consisting of Towa, one of Heroes’ and Xenoverse’s main antagonists, and Arale, the protagonist of Dr. Slump and frequent Dragon Ball cameo maker, Towale bridges two worlds that almost seem impossible to connect.

For starters, Arale is a little girl while Towa is a full grown demon woman. On that level, Towale seems impossible as a realistic fusion. More pressingly, they’re just two wildly different characters. Arale is a gag character whereas Towa is your typical villain with magical powers. They’re a genuinely bizarre combo, but it’s so extreme where you can’t help but find it endearing.

11 Gorillin (Krillin And Goku)

It makes perfect sense to fuse Goku and Krillin together all things considered. They’ve been best friends since the beginning of the series’ second arc and their bond is directly tied to arguably the biggest moment in all of Dragon Ball: Goku turning Super Saiyan. In many ways, Goku’s friendship with Krillin is a defining aspect of Dragon Ball. What doesn’t make sense, however, is fusing Krillin and Kid Goku together.

Always fuse with people your age. 

Gorillin isn’t the result of two adults fusing together. Rather, it’s a young Goku and an older Krillin. In a way, this almost ruins Gorillin. It’s no longer a fusion based off two peers who respect one another as equals, but a weird twisted fusion where an older Krillin takes a younger Goku under his wing. It’s cute conceptually, but it feels like a waste. Especially since Gorillin has one of the better designs on this list.

10 Ginyuman (Captain Ginyu And Great Saiyaman)

Considering how brutal his fight with the Ginyu Force ended up on Namek, many fans have taken the Great Saiyaman as Gohan’s way of coping with almost losing his life at the hands of a Super Sentai parody group. Great Saiyaman’s costume, poses, and general mannerisms lift heavily from the Ginyu Force. So why not pair him off with Captain Ginyu himself?

Ginyuman might actually be the single goofiest fusion in the series. His mere existence is so self-aware that it’s hard not to love him. The only real downside about Ginyuman is that his fighting style lifts heavily from Ginyu, meaning his signature attack is, once again, body changing. A fusion’s not as fun if he’s just going to switch bodies with someone else.

9 Pandel (Pan And Videl)

There’s something… unsavory about a mother and a daughter fusing together. Pandel, the result of Pan and Videl making use of EX-Fusion, is certainly a cute and charming character, but her existence is nonetheless quite strange. It’s not too dissimilar to when Goku realized he might have to fuse with Gohan during the Buu saga. He knows it’s weird and we know it’s weird.

Poor Gohan. 

The difference with Pandel is that there’s no apparent self-awareness. She exists in a vacuum without context meaning nobody gets a chance to comment on the oddity of the fusion and bring it down to Earth. If nothing else, Pandel looks genuinely great, combining Pan and Videl’s best qualities into quite the skilled fighter.

8 Vegeks (Vegeta And Future Trunks)

Speaking of mother-daughter fusions, how about those father-son fusions? Introduced in Dragon Ball Heroes, because where else are you going to get a fusion like this, Vegeks is a potara fusion between Vegeta and Future Trunks. It’s not as weird nowadays considering the potara fusion wears off after an hour, but it’s still a bit creepy. Interestingly, his hair is incredibly similar to Gotenks’. Maybe fusing with Trunks just make your hair turn purple on the sides.

7 Gorus (Goku And Beerus)

When Goku, the strongest mortal alive, and Beerus, the strongest God of Destruction in the series, fuse, you end up with Gorus. Equal parts Goku and Beerus, Gorus is insanely dangerous. His signature move is an Ultra Genki Dama and he can even theoretically use Ultra Instinct given how Goku and Beerus can both use it, at least as far as the manga’s continuity is concerned.

Gorus is too overpowered for his own good. 

To show off just how powerful he is, Gorus was actually only available in Dragon Ball Fusions by scanning a QR code. You can’t have all-powerful characters running rampant, after all. On a gameplay level, it is a bit disappointing to have such an interesting character locked behind real life means, but that’s the price you pay for a character who might actually rival Zeno.

6 Karoly Black (Goku Black And Broly)

You didn’t think you were getting regular just Karoly, were you? For as long as Goku Black exists, we will likely always get alternative Goku based fusions featuring his doppelganger. Karoly Black is one such fusion. Interestingly, however, he’s more than just a color swap. I mean, he absolutely is that primarily, but his main new color has some interesting implications.

With regular Karoly, his hair is gold implying that he’s in his Super Saiyan state. With Karoly Black, though, his hair is pink meaning that his base form is that of Super Saiyan Rose. On a base level, Karoly Black is actually stronger than regular Karoly and Karoly is already incredibly strong. Do with that information what you will.

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Dragon Ball: Every Fusion Ranked From Weakest To Strongest

While we didn't see any fusions in the original Dragon Ball, from Dragon Ball Z onward, it played a prominent role in each series, the games, and even the movies. It has become not just another useful move for the heroes, but for the villains of the franchise as well. It's gotten to the point that if you're talking about the strongest fighters in the franchise, fused characters are going to make up the majority of the candidates. So we've decided to rank all the fusions we have seen so far

To be clear, with the new Dragon Ball Fusions game, the number of fused characters has blown up, so we're not going to ranking any of the fusions exclusive to the games or we'd be here all day. Also, with how pathetically weak failed fusions like Veku, Fat Gotenks, Skinny Gotenks, and others are, it would feel silly to try and say who among them was stronger. They're all pretty much useless and would comprise the very bottom of this list, so we're only going to focus on successful fusions.

With that, here is Dragon Ball: Every Fusion Ranked From Weakest To Strongest.

15 OLD KAI

There's no arguing this one. The Old Kai is our introduction to fusing via the Potara Earrings, and he's just puny. You could chalk that up to his age, but Master Roshi is no slouch as a fighter despite his many years. Sure, the Old Kai has strong mystical knowledge, but in a fight, he's pathetic. The Saiyans even initially assumed he must be super powerful, so they tested him by attempting to attack him. All that did was anger the Old Kai, though, since his feeble appearance was no ruse.

This fusion is a perfect example of why the Z Fighters don't use fusion carelessly. When Goku was desperate to fuse with someone against Buu, he contemplated fusing with Dende and Hercule, but this probably would have just decreased his power. The original Kai and the witch who fused with him likely weren't exactly powerhouses individually, but this accidental fusion was just bad for both of them.

14 PICCOLO’S FUSIONS

Whether we're talking about Piccolo fusing with Nail, or Piccolo fusing with Kami, his placement would still be the same on this list. He's absolutely stronger than the Old Kai, but just about every other fused character we've seen has proven stronger than Piccolo. That's not to say Piccolo is weak, though. He was once the strongest hero among the Z Fighters after his initial fusion with Kami. The thing is, even with all that power, we saw that he was only able to match Android 17 in strength. Then when Imperfect Cell came along, Piccolo was nearly killed.

Piccolo could probably boost his power again by fusing with another Namekian, but it doesn't look like he's likely to find any volunteers for that any time soon. So even in Dragon Ball Super that puts him around the level of someone like Gohan, who was very powerful at one point, but now usually has to sit on the sidelines while someone else takes care of the tough battles.

13 SUPER ANDROID 13

Before fusing as a result of earrings or dancing became a thing, the androids were already using the technique to power themselves up. You might immediately think of Cell in that regard, but there was actually another antagonistic android who did basically the exact same thing as Cell (albeit resulting in a far less interesting or popular character). Super Android 13 was yet another representative from the Red Ribbon army, and his big trait was being a redneck. It's already easy to see why he wasn't destined to be a powerful character.

Unlike with Cell, Android 13 was at least courteous enough to wait until his other android buddies were destroyed before assimilating them. Androids 14 and 15 were equally stereotypical characters, but they helped Android 13 reach a super form where he was nearly impervious to attacks. The thing is, this fusion wasn't even that tough, despite combining three characters. He was a challenge for the Z Fighters for like ten minutes, but was soon destroyed and forgotten.

12 KIBITO KAI

You probably don't picture any of the kais being overly powerful (because they're not, oddly enough) but Kibito Kai wasn't a pushover either. We'd bet money he could have whooped Super Android 13, hence why we're placing him higher. On his own, the Supreme Kai was fearless enough to face Dabura and Fat Buu. Plus Supreme Kai was able to totally paralyze a Super Saiyan 2 Gohan (who admittedly had lost significant power).

Supreme Kai's fusion with Kibito, aka Kibito Kai, admittedly never got in any big fights, but he does still have some very useful powers. He's one of the few characters besides Goku who can teleport, and he can lend aid to other characters to keep them powered up. Obviously he's not a fighter, but if he were ever pushed, we have no doubt he could hold his own against the majority of the Z Fighters (basically any of them who aren't Goku or Vegeta).

11 CELL’S FUSIONS

Regardless of whether you're talking about Semi-Perfect Cell or Perfect Cell, he would still fit into the same spot on this list. Super Android 13 was able to dominate Piccolo about as well as Imperfect Cell was able, so it should stand to reason that Semi-Perfect Cell would be stronger than either of them. And Perfect Cell was obviously stronger than everyone, save for Super Saiyan 2 Gohan, when they were around, so that's pretty clear cut.

The only thing that's a bit fuzzy on the topic of Cell is that he briefly had one additional fusion in Dragon Ball GT. You probably remember how he managed to absorb Goku temporarily, and said he felt overwhelming power from it. The problem is that before he could test his strength against anyone, Goku escaped from Cell's body. Cell might have warranted a higher spot based on that occasion, but that would just be speculation.

10 AKA

Appearing only in the special "Yo! Son Goku And His Friends Return!!", Aka was the fusion of the two main villains, Abo and Cado. The Z Fighters immediately recognize that the two remnants of Frieza's army are no challenge for the majority of them. Abo and Cado brag about how they're more powerful than Frieza was, but seeing as how the Z Fighters had already dealt with Buu by this point, that wasn't much of a threat. So Goten and Trunks got the pleasure of fighting them.

The two Saiyans knocked around the invaders enough that they decided to merge into Aka. Goten and Trunks responded by merging into Gotenks, and a fusion battle began between the two. Gotenks dominated this portion of the fight as well, and appeared to finish off Aka, but then the villain reappeared and began destroying the nearby surroundings. Goku and Vegeta realized playtime was over and stepped in to end the fight. It wasn't that Aka was stronger than Gotenks; it's just that Gotenks likes to play around too much, and didn't even go Super Saiyan 3.

9 FAT BUU’S FUSIONS

For this one we're counting both of the fusions that involved Fat Buu: Kid Buu's fusion with the kai that resulted in Fatt Buu being created, and Evil Buu's fusion with Fat Buu that resulted in Super Buu. So basically Fat Buu and Super Buu are who we're measuring for this ranking. Obviously Super Buu was the stronger of the two forms, but surprisingly enough that doesn't place him any higher on the list. We know any of the fused Saiyans were stronger than Super Buu's base form, so for the purposes of this ranking, he can be lumped in with Fat Buu.

When it comes to Fat Buu, he was resilient enough to beat a Super Saiyan 2 like Gohan or Vegeta, but started to have trouble against a Super Saiyan 3. Goku even basically says he probably could have beaten Buu in this form if Goku wasn't working under a time limit before he had to go back to the afterlife. Plus Goku wanted to give Goten and Trunks a shot at saving the world. Therefore there's no way Fat Buu would win an all-out fight against a Super Saiyan 3.

8 GOTENKS

The first temporary fusion we saw in the franchise honestly hasn't been very impressive at all. Gotenks is so immature and obnoxious that he hasn't actually won a single fight against any of his opponents. The sad thing is it's not that he he loses because his opponents are so much stronger, but because he goofs around so much instead of going for the kill. He was actually strong enough to beat Super Buu, but he squandered the chance.

Despite his bad track record, Gotenks actually is quite strong. At such an incredibly young age, he matched the power of Goku by becoming a Super Saiyan 3. It looked like Gotenks was on track to be the Earth's greatest defender moving forward. Unfortunately, as Dragon Ball Super has demonstrated, Goten and Trunks have been nowhere as diligent in their training as Vegeta or Goku, so their status has slipped significantly.

7 SUPER BUU’S FUSIONS

Gotenks had all the tools he needed to take out Super Buu initially, but there were still people around for the villain to absorb and even up the odds. Though Buu continued to go through several permutations during this period, there's no need to rank them each individually since they'd all fall within the same place on this ranking. The only difference is Buu became increasingly powerful with each person he absorbed.

When Gohan arrived in his new mystic form to fight Buu, suddenly he and Gotenks were both Buu's equal. Buu only wanted one challenger to test his power, so he didn't need them both. He absorbed both Gotenks and Piccolo, giving himself the outfit of the fused warriors. That power boost slipped a little bit once Gotenks unfused inside him, and Buu now had Piccolo's gear on, but Buu picked up the pace again when he decided to absorb Gohan too, bringing him into his most powerful state. Even with all that fusion, though, Buu still wasn't the strongest fused warrior around.

6 MAJUUB

The end of Dragon Ball Z had already poised Uub to be the next big fighter in the world. And his arrival in the story came hot on the heels of the Z Fighters dealing with Buu. With Fat Buu still around, and Uub now existing, there were essentially two incarnations of Buu in the world. We saw how much trouble Fat Buu was able to give the Z Fighters all on his own, so when Buu and Uub fused in GT, you'd have to imagine they were at least as powerful as Super Buu. They were probably even more powerful, since Uub had gone through extensive training under Goku.

Regardless, when Baby took over the Earth, Uub and Buu were two of the last remaining heroes around to defend it. In a desperate move, Buu offered to fuse with Uub to increase their power and offer a challenge to Baby. So they joined as one to make Majuub, a fighter who actually held his own against Baby fairly well. Unfortunately we never saw Majuub win a fight, so we can't gauge what his ceiling is for his power. But he did offer a challenge for Baby, so we have to imagine he was quite strong even compared to other fusions.

5 BABY AND VEGETA

Technically Baby fused with almost every single person on the planet Earth, so suffice it to say: we're not ranking each of Baby's fusions individually. We're going to focus on his fusion with Vegeta since that was the most complete bond he had with another person, even causing Vegeta's appearance to significantly change. The other characters were under Baby's control, but it was more like mind control than a full merging of two separate characters.

As for Baby Vegeta, there's no doubt this was the best combination Baby could have found to take on Goku. In GT, Vegeta was really the only Saiyan besides Goku to keep up with his training, so he was the second strongest hero around. Baby Vegeta is also probably one of the most successful villains in the entire franchise, neutralizing almost all the heroes, beating Majuub, and even defeating Goku for a time. Baby Vegeta ruled an entire planet, so there's no doubt this was a powerful fusion.

4 SUPER ANDROID 17

One of the most powerful fusions in the franchise is also one that irks fans the most. Android 17 was never that powerful, but when merged with his counterpart built in Hell, he suddenly became Super Android 17, one of the strongest villains we'd ever seen. He easily brushed aside all of the Z Fighters, including the Saiayans; even Vegeta. Not only that, but Super Android 17 was dominating a Super Saiyan 4 Goku until Android 18 got her brother to expose his weakness. So really you could say he was the strongest character on the show at this point.

Logically two Android 17s only should have made a fighter as powerful as Semi-Perfect Cell, so most fans were not pleased at this insane power boost he got. Regardless, before Dragon Ball Super came out, he was definitely in the top two most powerful fused characters. He might even have ranked as the top of the bunch, since he could also absorb energy blasts directly into his body to become even stronger.

3 GOGETA

It's pretty tough to rank Gogeta in comparison to Vegito since they're both fusions of the same two characters. For the longest time, people argued fusion through the Potara earrings made for a more powerful character because the fusion was permanent, but now Super has revealed that this actually isn't true. Whether through earrings or through dancing, the effects of the fusions are both temporary, despite resulting in different characters. So who is actually stronger? Fan consensus is still on Gogeta being the weaker of the two.

If we had been discussing this before Dragon Ball Super came out, we probably would have called Gogeta stronger. In GT, Gogeta is the fusion of two Super Saiyan 4s, an undeniably stronger character than Vegito in Dragon Ball Z. Of course that's changed because of Super, but that doesn't make Gogeta weak by any means. Fans call him non-canon, but Gogeta was still more powerful than Omega Shenron, and easily wiped out Janemba. If Goku and Vegeta fused into Gogeta now, it'd be really interesting to see how he compared to Vegito.

2 ZAMASU

It didn't look like we were going to see any more fusions after the Buu saga concluded, so it was a cool surprise to see it not only brought back, but utilized by villains in Super. Zamasu was already powerful in his unfused state, but Goku Black was also incredibly strong thanks to his Super Saiyan Rose form. It seemed logical that the two of them fusing would be a great move. And, well it did make them stronger. The only problem was the other side effect it had.

While Zamasu on his own was a god, the other timeline's Zamasu had given up godhood by taking over the mortal body of Goku. So by the two Zamasus fusing together, they became a mortal being. They were tough, but also finally killable. It made the fused Zamasu one of the strongest fighters in the franchise, but it was also really stupid to give up immortality for this fused form.

1 VEGITO

Before Dragon Ball Super, we actually would have had to call Gogeta the strongest fused version of Goku and Vegeta. Remember, Gogeta was a combination of two Super Saiyan 4s in Dragon Ball GT. Vegito in Dragon Ball Z would never have been able to match up against that. DBZ's Vegito couldn't even turn Super Saiyan 3. But to the delight of many fans, Vegito returned last year and was more powerful than ever. In fact, this officially made Vegito the most powerful fused character in the entire franchise.

Fans weren't pleased that Vegito lost against Zamasu, but it wasn't for a lack of power. With Goku and Vegeta both being able to go Super Saiyan Blue, they were able to combine to form a Super Saiyan Blue Vegito. This was the first moment where the fused Zamasu finally looked beatable. But despite fusing together with the kai earrings, we learned in Super that non-kai characters can only join together for a limited time. So while Vegito was impressively powerful in Super, his power burned through his time reserves so quickly that he wasn't able to get the kill.

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All Known Potara Fusions

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Dragon Ball Fusions is an upcoming game being in development for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan. It features the ability for players to fuse varies Dragon Ball characters which is part of the selling point for the game. Over the past couple of months, scans of confirmed fusion have been posted on the Internet and I&#;ve have gone out of my way to gather them all for your viewing pleasure&#;.

Goku + Vegeta = Vegito

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Supreme Kai + Kibito = Kibito Kai

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Goku + Mr. Satan = Gokule

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Kid Goten + Kid Trunks = Gotenks

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Goku (GT) + Vegeta (GT) = Gogeta (Super Saiyan 4)

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Piccolo + Krillin = Prilin

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Tien Shinhan + Yamcha = Tiencha

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Future Gohan + Future Trunks = Future Gohanks

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Goku + Broly = Karoly

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Kid Goku + Krillin = Gorilin

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Teen Gohan + Krillin = Krigohan

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Videl + Pan = Pandel

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Teen Gohan + Kid Trunks = EX Gohanks

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Kid Goku + Teen Gohan = Gokuhan

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Future Trunks + Vegeta = Vegenks

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Piccolo + Krillin = EX Prilin

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Tien Shinhan + Yamcha = EX Tiencha

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Majin Buu + Mr. Satan = Buutan

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Cell + Freezer = Cellza

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Captain Ginyu + Great Saiyaman = Ginyuman

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Arale + Towa = Towale

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Pan + Bra = Pulla

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Yamcha + Vegeta = Yamgeta

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Beerus + Whis = Beerusuisu

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Tekka + Kid Goku + GT Pan + Trunks + Goten = Maxi Fusion

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Dragon Ball: 10 Strongest Fusions, Ranked

The Dragon Ball franchise is known for featuring some of the biggest power trips in shonen history, with characters constantly giving their all in the quest to attain greater power. Even the act of fusing one's self with another is a rather casual trope that appears in the series time and time again and is handled rather flippantly so — almost humorously at times.

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That being said, one can't deny that any moment featuring a fused character is genuinely quite exciting, with viewers being able to witness their wildest fantasies come to life as two beloved characters fuse their very beings to become an all-powerful fighter who can bring the best of two worlds together while fighting a massive threat.

Keeping this in mind, here are ten of the most powerful fusions to ever make an appearance in Dragon Ball.

10 Veku

When Vegeta and Goku mess up the Fusion Dance, then the result is a flawed fusion by the name of Veku, who has little to no power in battle and can only run until the fusion timer runs down.

Aside from comedic purposes, there's nothing that Veku can really do in a practical situation. In fact, the only reason why Veku even makes this list is that there aren't really that many proper fusions in Dragon Ball at all.

9 Aka

The OVA Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and his Friends Return!! marks the return of an animated feature in the universe of Dragon Ball after nearly a decade. This OVA featured a bunch of interesting things, including Vegeta's long-lost brother and the existence of two characters who could fuse as well.

Abo and Kado — rather ingenious names — are the antagonists of this OVA, who don't really put up much of a fight as separate fighters. However, once they merge into Aka, they become a serious threat that the Z Fighters need to take care of.

8 Old Kai

One thing that most people might not be aware of when it comes to King Kai is the fact that he's actually the result of a permanent Potara Fusion!

The Old Kai is actually a fusion of a young Elder Kai and an Old Witch, giving the god a boundless amount of knowledge at the expense of a frail body. That being said, the Old Kai is still a god, and can definitely draw on huge reserves if need be.

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However, given the fact that the Old Kai hasn't really had his battle aptitude tested, one can't really make a definitive statement in this matter.

7 Kibito Kai

Kibito Kai is the result of a rather unfortunate turn of events when Shin and Kibito end up trying the Potara Earrings out in jest. Unfortunately, they end up fusing permanently and stay like this for a while until they finally use the Dragon Balls to undo this fusion.

That being said, Kibito Kai wasn't exactly torn up about this fusion — he was actually pleased about the increased height of his new body. While his power is mostly a mystery, Kibito Kai certainly wouldn't have been a slouch in battle.

6 Gotenks

A fusion that became quite relevant during the Buu Saga, it seemed that the show finally devised a purpose for Goten and Trunks when they managed to fuse into the powerful Gotenks in a bid to take down Majin Buu once and for all.

However, Gotenks' own hubris was the cause of his downfall. He never really took battles seriously and goofed around with the limited time he had as opposed to actually perform something meaningful. It's no wonder why the reliable duo of Goku and Vegeta took center stage during the finale of this arc.

5 Super Android 17

While most people prefer to discard Dragon Ball GT's existence from the official continuity of Dragon Ball, there's no denying the fact that some of the characters introduced in the series are definitely quite powerful in their own right.

The best example of this is Super Android 17, a combination of Android 17 and Hell Fighter 17 who ends up being absolutely deadly in combat. His power even puts Goku in a tight spot, and he requires a fair bit of strategy in order to finally get the upper hand over this deadly fused Android.

4 Fused Zamasu

Dragon Ball Super introduced a number of powerful characters capable of fusing, with the merging of Zamasu and Goku Black being one of the more notable fusions in the entire series. However, it also proves to be a fatal error in judgment due to Zamasu's immortality clashing with Goku Black's mortal body.

So, when Future Trunks manages to condense the power of the Spirit Bomb into a deadly sword slice that splits Fused Zamasu apart after a frantic and heart-pounding battle, the body of the fused antagonist ends up spasming and expanding grotesquely. This prompts Goku to summon Future Xeno in a bid to eliminate Fused Zamasu once and for all.

3 Kefla

The Tournament of Power featured several powerful fighters from their respective universes such as the duo of Caulifla and Kale from Universe 6.

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The duo was so powerful in their own right, but it's their fusion that truly put Goku against the ropes. The Saiyan needed to tap into his power of Ultra Instinct in order to turn the tide of battle and eliminate this powerful fused warrior once and for all.

2 Gogeta

Dragon Ball Super: Broly is easily one of the most important movies in the history of Dragon Ball, mainly since it makes two popular facets of the series canon once and for all — Broly and Gogeta.

After Broly taps into the limitless power of a Legendary Super Saiyan, Goku and Vegeta decide to get the upper hand on battle by using the Fusion Dance to become Gogeta. The ensuing battle is a visual spectacle, with Gogeta unleashing numerous powerful moves to best the berserker that is Broly.

1 Vegito

However, while Gogeta is a powerful fighter in his own right, the lore of Dragon Ball has clearly stated the fact that the Potara Earrings allow for a cleaner fusion. By that logic, it's clear that Vegito edges out his counterpart in terms of sheer potential.

A fight between this fighter and Gogeta would be an absolute treat but due to the impossibility of this particular situation, one can only look at the individual prowesses of both these fused fighters to compare their power levels.

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Dragon Ball Fusions

Release date(s)

August 4th (Japan), November 22nd (US), February 17th (EU/AU)

Dragon Ball Fusions (ドラゴンボールフュージョンズ,Doragon Bōru Fyūjonzu) is a Nintendo 3DS game released in Japan on August 4, and was released in North America on November 22, [1] and in Europe and Australia on February 17, However, North American players who preordered the game from GameStop, were able to get the game on November 18,

Overview

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In conjunction with the game, Shueisha and their partners ran a contest where entrants could submit their own designs for two Dragon Ball characters fused together, with the winning design(s) to appear in the game, as well as a special “manga project” in Saikyō Jump by Hiroshi Otoki. Select runners-up will also receive an “Extreme Heroes W (Double) Pack” signed by Masako Nozawa.

Gameplay

Features

Story

Unlike other Dragon Ball games in the franchise, Dragon Ball Fusions does not follow the story from the manga or anime. Rather, it revolves around the exploits of the customizable main protagonist Tekka and their friend/rival Pinich who use the Dragon Balls to summon Shenron and wish for the greatest martial arts tournament ever, resulting in the rest of the story to take place.

This wish resulted in the creation of the Timespace Rift, a warped dimension connected to and/or containing locations from various eras/timelines and parallel dimensions like Other World. After being sucked into the Timespace Rift after making their wish, they are informed by Bulma about the Timespace Tournament, a contest where fighters from throughout all the Dragon Ball Timelines come together to fight an see who is the best. However, before they are able to get to the tournament, they must first make their way through 4 areas connected by Korin's Tower. Bulma gives Tekka Ziku, a robotic Timespace Radar she developed that she believes will help Tekka in their quest and suggests they seek out Goten and Trunks who were also looking for teammates for the tournament.

Pinich leaves Tekka as he considers them to be his rival and goes off in search of his own teammates. Tekka meets Goten and Trunks after Ziku mistakenly leads Tekka to Nappa and Raditz. After teaming up with Goten and Trunks, Tekka fails to find any more allies and returns to the Capsule Corporation when Ziku suddenly detects Goku's ki signature. They track the signature near Goku's House within the rift by do not find him and Ziku informs them that he is in another dimension of time. Ziku instructs Tekka to use the Burst Ki technique to break open a hole in Timespace similar to how Gotenks escaped the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. This opens a hole in the fabric of Timespace that causes Kid Goku from the time period when he was still training under Kami to appear in the Timespace Rift, to the shock of Goten and Trunks. After explaining the situation to Goku and his relation to Goten, as well as revealing Trunks to be Bulma's son, Goku decides to join Tekka's Team as he is excited by the idea of fighting in the tournament. They return to Bulma who gets into an argument with Goku when he makes a remark about her age. She then informs Tekka's Team that they have enough members to break the Sky Barrier preventing them from traveling further up Korin's Tower. Before they can break the barrier, they are confronted by Raditz and Nappa. Kid Goku ends up encountering his brother and Raditz recognizes Goku in his child form. Nappa and Raditz then reveal that they had learned how to perform the Fusion Dance via Mimicry after having witnessed Goten and Trunks use it during a previous encounter with the two half-Saiyans. Raditz and Nappa fuse to form Natz, forcing Trunks and Goten to fuse into Gotenks to help Goku and Tekka defeat Natz. After defeat Natz which causing Nappa and Raditz to defuse, Tekka's Team break the Sky Barrier with energy collected during their recent battles.

They eventually arrive in another area of the Timespace Rift that contains King Kai's Planet, Satan City, and portions of Planet Namek. However the climb up Korin's tower leaves them hungry and exhausted, so they decide to rest on King Kai's Planet, where they meet King Kai. King Kai explains more about barriers and the energy required to break them and tells them they must find more allies to increase the amount and types of energy they can utilize. They then travel to Satan City and break down its barrier. In the city Ziku detects another power level coming from a different timeline and Tekka uses Burst Ki to open a portal. This causes Pan from the GT Timeline to appear causing her to accidentally attack Kid Trunks as she was apparently fighting when she sucked into the Timespace Rift. Pan quickly mistakes Kid Goku for the Goku from her Timeline and is shocked to see her Uncle Goten and Trunks as kids.

After explaining the situation and Pan explains her relationship to Goten and Goku, Pan decides to join Tekka's team as she is worried about her grandfather's younger self due to his personality and her view of Kid Trunks being unreliable. During their time in Satan City, they encounter Trunks' sister Bulla from the GT Timeline and his aunt Tights' younger self and assist them in various tasks. After helping Bulla drum up business for the Clothing Shop, she reveals her true identity to Kid Trunks (as she and Pan had previously kept that information to themselves) who is shocked to learn that he will have a little sister in the future. Tights explains that Jaco's future self found her and told her to wait in Satan City. She asks Trunks and the others to help her find some inspiration in order to become a great science fiction author like her future self.

As they are about to leave they are approached by the Ginyu Force who ask for their help in breaking the barrier around Frieza's Spaceship as they believe someone important to them is trapped there. Unaware of the Ginyu Force's evil nature and association with Frieza, they agree to help in exchange for the Ginyu Force teaching them a new technique. They manage to break the barrier but find no one onboard so they return to Satan City to inform Ginyu what they found. Relieved, Ginyu keeps his word and teaches them the Five-Way Fusion dance which allows Tekka's Team to fuse into the powerful Ultra Fusion. After their Ultra Fusion manages to defeat the Ginyu Force single-handily, Goten and Trunks decide to teach the Ginyu Force the MetamoranFusion Dance as thanks. Ziku then informs them of a powerful ki in the vicinity of Frieza's Spaceship. The Ginyu Force join them in the hopes it is the person they were worried about. Ziku informs them that the signature is in another dimension, causing Tekka to use Burst Ki, accidentally freeing the cocooned Frieza from Earth's Hell following the tyrant's second death at the hands of Goku. Seeing Goku and Trunks, Frieza orders the Ginyu to kill Tekka's Team despite Ginyu's attempt to explain how they helped the Ginyu Force free Frieza. With little alternative but to obey their master, the Ginyu Force confront Tekka's Team. Using the Fusion Dance they learned from Goten and Trunks, Jeice and Guldo fuse into Gulce while Burter and Recoome fuse into Recurter. The two fused Ginyu Force members and Captain Ginyu confront Tekka's Team, but are defeated and forced to flee with Frieza, abandoning Frieza's Spaceship in the process.

Seeing the abandoned Spaceship, Trunks gets the idea to use it and while the rest of Tekka's Team are busy breaking down the second Sky Barrier, Trunks has his mother modify Frieza's Spaceship for the team to use as a mobile base for their team, making traveling around the rift much easier. However they end up crashing into Pinich soon after arriving in the rift's third area. After Tekka manages to wake the knocked out Pinich, they hear the voice of Vegeta admonishing Tekka for his carelessness and are surprised to discover that Vegeta is acting as Pinich's martial arts master to help the young Saiyan become stronger and achieve his Super Saiyan form. After parting ways with Pinich and Vegeta, Tekka's Team decide to travel to nearby Kame House to seek Master Roshi's advice and/or convince him to join them. However Roshi refuses to join their team. Instead he tells them the secrets to recruiting new allies and mentions a pretty female martial artist practicing nearby, whom Tekka's team manage to recruit after defeating her with a Zenkai Attack. After returning to Roshi, he informs them that most of the fighters have gathered at the Cell Games Arena and suggest they search their for more allies. He also tells them that certain fighters may require them to meet certain conditions or complete certain events for them to join their team. He also explains that each of the 5 types of energy is tied to one of the 5 races and in order to obtain different types of Energy they must recruit fighters from different races.

After leaving Master Roshi's, Tekka's team can take part in various sub-events to recruit various fighters from Krillin, Yamcha, Tien, and Chiaotzu. They can also return to Satan City, where they hear a women scream for help. By investigating the scream, Tekka's team find a young woman being accosted by two men, whom they defeat, only to discover that the woman was Bulla and that she was only pretending to be in trouble in order to attract the attention of an attractive martial artist that Bulla was interested in by having him come in and "save" her. She leaves and tries to continue her damsel-in-distress act behind Orange Star High School, but Tekka's team foil her plans once again when they intervene, causing her to tell Trunks and his friends to stop interfering, or else. However they end up foiling a third attempt, though Bulla reveals she expected they would so she challenges them to a fight with the men who were helping her in her scheme as backup. Trunks is surprised to learn she can fight, causing Bulla to proudly state that the blood of both their Earthling mother and Saiyan father flows through her veins as well. However, due to her lack of training, Bulla is defeated. Angry over her lose, she asks Tekka why they keep interfering and calls their reason stupid when they reveal they were worried that her screams might be real. However she states that she likes people like Tekka and decides to join up with Tekka and her brother's team.

Mini Post Game Interactions

There are very few but when you finish the story you unlock little interactions between characters. The first is if you have broken the barrier for Beerus' Planet and then travel to Satan City and talk to Young Gohan, Pan will urge Young Gohan and Kid Trunks to fuse and eventually they fuse into their EX fusion, EX Gohanks, afterwards Pan remarks how she thought the fusion would look stronger than that, this makes Gohanks angry and he tells Pan how they are the strongest fusion, strong enough to even defeat Beerus. You then see Gohanks fly off to Planet Beerus and a few seconds afterwards you and your team will fly after them. When you arrive on Planet Beerus you will find an injured Gohanks which probably means he is not even close to Beerus' power level. Eventually they unfuse and the dialogue ends and the game resumes.

Another one is with Grandpa Gohan. For this one, you need to go to Goku's home post game. There you will see Grandpa Gohan with his signature mask on and an angel halo around his head. You can talk to him and the characters will just have a conversation about how Goten is Grandpa Gohan's great grandson and how Pan is Gohan's great great granddaughter.

Timeline Placement

The timeline is the one where Tekka and Pinich are in. Due to the nature of the game's setting it is hard to tell what exact timeline the game takes place in but it can assume it is near the Dragon Ball Super timeline as it has Goku in his Whis Symbol Gi train Tekka and the same for Pinich with Vegeta however due to the warped nature of the Timespace Rift it is unclear as it is connected to multiple timelines. Other than that its placement within the timeline is unclear since all the warriors are from different timelines. Presumably Kid Trunks, Goten, and Bulma originate from the Dragon Ball Super timeline as well, while Kid Goku comes from the time period when he was training under Kami, while Pan, Bulla, Teen Uub originate from some point in the GT Timeline. Gohan and Videl originate from some point when they were still in high school though after the defeat of Kid Buu as they both have their superhero alter-egos Great Saiyaman and Great Saiyaman 2. Towa and Mira presumably originate from the timelines of Xenoverse, Online, or Heroes. Tights comes from the timeline when she was still beginning her writing career and after her adventures in Jaco the Galactic Patrolman as she already knows Jaco though is still young and has yet to become a successful writer. Frieza comes from the timeline after his second death as he possesses his organic body while cocooned in Earth's Hell though being summoned to the Timespace Rift somehow revives him much like the freed villains in Fusion Reborn and GT who lacked halos. Gine comes from a timeline after Kakarrot's birth as she recognizes Kid Goku as her son and before her death. Bardock comes from a timeline after the murder of his comrades and possibly after his encounter with Chilled as he can transform into a Super Saiyan.

Playable Characters

  • Tekka - B Rank
  • Pinich (Base, Super Saiyan[2]) - Base: B Rank, SSJ: A Rank
  • Kid Goku - B Rank
  • Goku (Base, Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3, Super Saiyan 4, Super Saiyan God, Super Saiyan Blue) - Base/SSJ: A Rank, SSJ3/SSJ4: S Rank, SSG/SSB: G Rank
  • GT Goku (Base, Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3) - Base/SSJ/SSJ3: A Rank
  • Goku: Turtle Hermit Gi (Base, Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3) - Base: A Rank, SSJ/SSJ3: S Rank
  • Young Gohan (Base, Super Saiyan) - Base/SSJ: B Rank
  • Adolescent Gohan (Base, Super Saiyan) - Base/SSJ: A Rank
  • Great Saiyaman - A Rank
  • Piccolo - A Rank
  • Nail - C Rank
  • Krillin - B Rank
  • Yamcha - C Rank
  • Tien Shinhan - B Rank
  • Chiaotzu - C Rank
  • Vegeta (Base, Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3, Super Saiyan 4, Super Saiyan Blue) - Base/SSJ: A Rank, SSJ3/SSJ4: S Rank, SSB: G Rank
  • Vegeta: (Frieza Army/Saiyan Saga Battle Suit) - A Rank
  • Future Trunks (Base, Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3) - Base/SSJ/SSJ3: A Rank
  • Trunks (Base, Super Saiyan) - Base/SSJ: B Rank
  • Goten (Base, Super Saiyan) - Base/SSJ: B Rank
  • Mr. Satan - S Rank
  • Videl - C Rank
  • Great Saiyaman 2 - C Rank
  • Pan - B Rank
  • Bulla - C Rank
  • Uub - B Rank
  • Majuub/Super Uub - A Rank
  • Pikkon - B Rank
  • Shin - B Rank
  • Jaco - B Rank
  • Arale - A Rank
  • Demon King Piccolo - B Rank
  • Raditz - C Rank
  • Gine - C Rank
  • Bardock (Base, Super Saiyan) - Base/SSJ: A Rank
  • Saibamen - C Rank
  • Nappa - C Rank
  • Dodoria - B Rank
  • Zarbon - B Rank
  • Guldo - C Rank
  • Recoome - B Rank
  • Jeice - B Rank
  • Burter - B Rank
  • Captain Ginyu - B Rank
  • Frieza (Final Form, Golden Frieza) - Final/Golden Form: S Rank
  • Dr. Gero/Android 20 - B Rank
  • Android 19 - B Rank
  • Android 18 - B Rank
  • Android 17 - B Rank
  • Android 16 - B Rank
  • Cell (Perfect) - S Rank
  • Cell Jr. - C Rank
  • Dabura - B Rank
  • Majin Buu - A Rank
  • Kid Buu - S Rank
  • Turles - B Rank
  • Cooler (Final Form) - A Rank
  • Meta-Cooler - A Rank
  • Broly (Legendary Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 3) - LSSJ: A Rank, SSJ3: S Rank
  • Super Janemba - A Rank
  • Baby - A Rank
  • Super 17 - A Rank
  • Nuova Shenron - B Rank
  • Omega Shenron - A Rank
  • Beerus - G Rank
  • Whis - G Rank
  • Champa - G Rank
  • Vados - G Rank
  • Botamo - A Rank
  • Frost (Final Form) - A Rank
  • Auta Magetta - A Rank
  • Cabba - A Rank
  • Hit - G Rank
  • Towa - A Rank
  • Mira - A Rank

Playable Fusion Characters

Metamoran Fusions
Potara Fusions
EX-Fusions

DLC Playable Characters

Potara Fusions
EX-Fusions

Minor playable characters

Main article: List of minor playable characters in Dragon Ball Fusions

Saiyans

Earthlings

Aliens

Offworlders

Namekians

Enemy/Boss NPCs

  • Mecha Goku (Base, Super Mecha Goku) - Base/SMG: C-Rank
Giant Bosses

Non-playable Characters

Non-playable Forms
  • Super Saiyan Blue DBS Future Trunks (Said to have acquired it after training with Tekka's Team and Vegito Blue in one of the Ziku-kan Quests, though the actual form is never depicted on-screen, thus unplayable)
  • God-like Saiyan DBS Future Trunks (Only depicted in his God-like Saiyan state in dialogue cutscenes after he is said to have achieved Super Saiyan Blue through training in one of the Ziku-kan Quests, thus unplayable)

Avatar System

The game's protagonist (whose default name in-game is Tekka) is actually a customizable avatar character. The player is able to choose between 5 races; Earthling, Saiyan, Namekian, Offworlder and Alien, and customize their gender, face, hair style, height, skin tone and also colors of their initial outfit. During gameplay, the player can obtain and buy various other outfits too, and they all can receive custom colors.

The race system also is used for the existing characters, with every single one fitting in one of its classifications. The new "Offworlder" race is used by Fusions to group together Majin, Core Person, Angel, Beerus' Race, Eternal Dragon, Devil, Demon World characters and Demonic Bio-Androids. Androids, Red Ribbon Bio-Androids, and Half-Saiyans are classified as Earthlings. "Alien" groups together various extraterrestrial races that are Bas, Brench-seijin, Botamo's race, Burter's race, Dodoria's race, Frieza Race, Ginyu's race, Hit's race, Metalman, Recoome's race, Saibamen, and Zarbon's race. Namekians are classified as genderless due to being hermaphrodites that reproduce asexually and lack a binary gender.

Various techniques from many different Dragon Ball characters, including ones who aren't in the game, can be obtained later, although some techniques are limited by race and others can only be equipped by fusions. Later in the game, customizable outfits (based on clothing worn by Dragon Ball series characters) can be purchased from Bulla's Clothing Shop in Satan City.

Learnable Special Moves

All playable characters can learn various Special Moves such as the Kamehameha. Unlike most games, Special Moves can have additional stats that can boost attributes such as a character's HP, Melee, Ki Blast, Defense, and Luck stats. Also Special Moves are ranked from C, B, A, S, and G, with G being the highest. Higher ranks mean the Special Move will be stronger and have better stats (for example a Kamehameha with a G Rank can be more powerful than a Super Kamehameha with a Level C rank).

Special Moves are usually obtained performing a Ring Out KO on an enemy, as a reward for answering all of Guru's quiz questions correctly, Adventure Bonus reward, or via the Spaceship's Special Move Machine which allows the player to trade Energy or Play Coins for random Special Moves.

Each character has a list of the Special Moves which they can learn. Some characters may need to reach a certain level to learn a specific Special Move (for example Kid Goku can learn Full Power Kamehameha after reaching Lv. 65).

Some Special Moves have stronger variations which have more power, greater range, and/or effect (for example Galick Gun and Super Galick Gun). Some moves such as Maiden Burst or Big Bang Attack have variations that have identical attack animations like Muscle Burst or Planet Bomb.

Some Special Moves have a Range Up variant or permanently have their Ki Orb cost reduced by one Ki Orb though these versions lack HP, Melee, Ki Blast, Defense, or Luck stats and are all classified as G-Rank. Certain Special Moves become available via fusion if users of two compatible techniques fuse via EX-Fusion or Freeform Fusion. Examples include the Big Bang Kamehameha, Big Bang Spirit Ball, Crusher Destructo-Disc, Crusher Spirit Ball, Darkness Breaker, Death Spirit Bomb, Destructo Spirit Ball, DIE DIE Grenade, Dodon Beam Cannon, Elegant Maximum Blaster, Energy Blade Slash, Final Masenko, Freeze Infinity Cannon, Galick Kamehameha, Gigantic Spirit Bomb, Godlike Big Bang Kamehameha, Infinity Energy Cannon, Illusion Beam Cannon, Illusion Dodon Ray, Kamehame Beam Cannon, Kamehame Tri-Beam,

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Dragon Ball’s 10 Most Epic Fusions Of All Time, Ranked

The Dragon Ball series is easily one of the most recognizable franchises of all time, and it's easy to see why this is the case. Power fantasies were the rage back when Dragon Ball Z came out, and an entire generation was exposed to the incredible adventures of Goku and his friends as they lay waste to one threat after another. The characters of Dragon Ball Z have become a staple of pop culture, with recognizable names like Frieza, Gohan, Vegeta, Piccolo, and — obviously — Goku becoming fan favorites.

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All these characters have achieved power in the form of over-the-top transformations but there's another manner through which characters achieve higher power levels in the series — fusions. Fusions have helped our heroes and villains achieve new heights when it comes to power, allowing them to tackle their foes in the most entertaining manner possible. Here are 10 of the most epic and powerful fusions in the Dragon Ball series that warrant a further look.

10 Piccolo's Namekian Fusion

Namekian Fusion is a concept that has been forgotten for the most part, which absolutely sucks. This technique allowed Piccolo to achieve new heights of power and fight against enemies that posed a substantial threat before this power boost.

Perhaps the most iconic Namekian Fusion in this regard has to be Piccolo's fusion with Kami, which allowed him to fight Android 17 on equal ground and provide us with one of the most memorable encounters in the Android Saga.

9 Perfect Cell

The Androids might've been massive threats, but they paled in comparison to the sheer power of Cell. While Cell definitely started out as a relatively weak fighter with little to nothing going for him, the absorption of Android 17 and 18 allowed him to escalate his power levels to the point where he was genuinely on the brink of destroying the world as we know it.

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The sheer power and evil nature of Cell forced Gohan to break past his own limits and unlock Super Saiyan 2, which made for one of the most memorable moments in the entirety of Dragon Ball Z.

8 Super Buu

The Majin Buu arc is considered by many to be the dark horse of Dragon Ball Z, with Toriyama's fatigue extremely palpable during this particular half of the story. However, it still gave us some excellent moments regardless, along with an intriguing antagonist in the form of Super Buu.

While Super Buu was somewhat outclassed by Gotenks and Ultimate Gohan, his power level surged the moment he managed to absorb both these fighters. Of course, he doesn't hold a candle to Kid Buu, but that goes without saying.

7 Gotenks

Goten and Trunks were interesting characters that weren't really doing anything substantial for the most part throughout Dragon Ball Z. All of this changed when the two kids were given the task of mastering the Fusion Dance to fight against Buu. The result was Gotenks — an incredible fighter who could give both their fathers a run for their money.

If he wasn't powerful enough as is, Gotenks also managed to transform all the way to Super Saiyan 3 — a move that made him even more powerful.

6 Baby Vegeta

Dragon Ball GT was quite divisive when it came out, with fans appreciating more Dragon Ball content while simultaneously complaining about the perceived lack of quality as compared to its predecessor. However, regardless of what fans thought about the series, one had to agree with the fact that GT definitely escalated the series in terms of power.

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Baby, in particular, was an excellent antagonist. The idea of him being a Truffle who had a lifelong grudge against the Saiyans was intriguing enough as is, and his possession of Vegeta made the resulting character incredibly strong as well.

5 Super Android 17

Another excellent antagonist from Dragon Ball GT has to be Super Android A fusion of Android 17 and Hell Fighter 17, the resultant fighter is quite powerful and gives the Z Fighters a run for their money.

His power escalates even further after absorbing Goku's 10X Kamehameha, which makes him even harder to beat. Thankfully, Goku was able to exploit Super 17's weakness — he can't defend himself while absorbing energy. Goku uses this opening to hit Super 17 with a Dragon Fist, followed by a Kamehameha.

4 Fused Zamasu

The Future Trunks arc from Dragon Ball arc raises the stakes higher than what had ever been done in the story before then. Zamasu and Goku Black are worthy adversaries on their own right, but their power truly reaches a whole new level after they fuse into one incredibly powerful entity.

Fused Zamasu is easily able to wipe the floor with his enemies with his immense power. It takes the efforts of another fused fighter on this list to get the better of him and give Future Trunks the opportunity to defeat Fused Zamasu once and for all.

3 Kefla

The Saiyans of the Sixth Universe are no slouches when it comes to achieving high power levels, and Kefla showcases exactly why this is the case. A Potara Fusion of Caulifla and Kale, Kefla's power is so intense that Super Saiyan Blue Goku isn't able to hold a candle to her power.

It's only when Goku awakens his Ultra Instinct form that he's able to eliminate Kefla once and for all with what is undoubtedly one of the best Kamehamehas in the history of Dragon Ball.

2 Gogeta

There are two methods through which Goku and Vegeta have fused to completely decimate their opposition. The first one is enabled through the Fusion Dance, which brings forth Gogeta. While Gogeta has appeared once in the Dragon Ball Z films against Super Janemba, his first canon appearance comes in Dragon Ball Super: Broly.

When both fighters figure out that they won't be able to take care of Gogeta as separate fighters, Vegeta and Goku decided to bring out the Fusion Dance and reveal Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta, who absolutely wipes the floor with Broly.

1 Vegito

The second form of fusion between Goku and Vegeta that is considered to be stronger than its counterpart is Vegito. This fusion is enabled through the Potara Earrings, allowing the fighters to fight on equal footing against Super Buu and Fused Zamasu.

The power that Vegito generates is second to none, easily making him the strongest fused fighter in the entire series by a country mile.

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