quarta-feira, 10 de outubro de 2007

Dragon Ball Z encyclopedia Daizenshuu 7 Power Levels

English translation:
This book the last of seven,is the great encyclopedia dragon ball.
The former books already were very difficult for the creators,but with this one they reached the limit.The result is perfect.
Even if i am the creator of dragon ball sometimes i forgot some very important details and in this encyclopedia i can find all of them.
If i had this encyclopedia when i wrote this story would be of great help.
Well bad luck for me .
Finnaly,i would like to say thank you very much to the team and of course,to all of you the dragon ball fans.

English translation:
Different Alien Races:In the Dragon ball World,the three more important races are:The sayans,the earthlings and the nameks,however,others alien races show up in the story.They are the Yardrats,the Métamols and the Three Eyes or Triclops TenShinHan's ancestors.

Shishin no ken:
Technique of the 4 bodys used by Tenshinhan against goku in the 23º budokai tenkaichi.
One of the special skills made by the Three Eyes or triclops Race...
His power however splits in four what becomes tenshinhan weaker.

Four arms.
Tenshinhan has this power since he was born.
He is the only one abble to perform this technique.
His ancestors,the race of the three eyes were the first ones to develop
this advantage in a fight.
Tenshinhan uses it against goku in the 22º budokai tenkaichi.

Piccolo,krillin Médamcha use this technique.
It is possible to watch piccolo using this technique during his training
Bunshin no jutsu:
Ninjutsu copy technique.
The purple ninja uses this atack with his 4 twin brothers.


Anime Name
Manga Name
Alternate Name(s)
Tien Shinhan
Original Manga
First Appearance
Issue #113
Appears in
character appears in the original Dragon Ball seriescharacter appears in the Dragon Ball GT series

Family Connections
Race-Alien 三つ目人 Mitsume Jin

DB Character Listing - Category
Tenshinhan (or Tien Shinhan in the English anime dub, but generally just Tien) is a fictional character from the manga Dragon Ball/Dragon Ball Z and the anime series Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. He is known as Shinto in an early 1980's dub of Dragon Ball.
He is introduced as an enemy of the series' hero, Son Goku, but soon becomes an ally. His most noticeable feature is his third eye. Tenshinhan is exceptionally strong even for an alien, but he is outpaced by the more powerful characters in the series,however in the end after the sayans and Uub he is the stronger warrior,however some say Piccolo keeps his place ahead,it is an arguable question only because Piccolo had a bigger role in the show. He is usually accompanied by Chaozu, his training partner.He belongs to the triclop alien race, the people of the three eyes(this is stated by akira Toriyama in the book dragon Bal Dayzenshuu 7 published in Japan, France,LuxembourgBelgium Switzerland and Canada.
Like a handful of other characters from the original Dragon Ball, Tenshinhan is inspired by a character from Journey to the West; his unique feature of having a third eye was derived from the Chinese god Erlang Shen.
Spoiler warning: Plot and/or ending details follow.



  • 1-Uub
  • 2-Olibu
  • 2-Tenshinhan
  • 4-Paikuhan
  • 5-Piccolo
  • 6-Vegeta

Dragon Ball

22nd Tenkaichi Budôkai saga

Tien in the TournamentTENSHINHAN in the TOURNAMENT

Tenshinhan is first introduced to the series at the 22nd Tenka'ichi Budôkai (Strongest Under the Heavens Fighting(Martial Arts) Tournament) during the Tenshinhan Saga. He is a student of the Crane Hermit, who is entering his two top pupils (Tenshinhan and Chaozu) to defeat the students of his rival, the Turtle Hermit Muten-Rôshi.
Tenshinhan easily wins the preliminary rounds, defeating his opponents so quickly that few can even see how many attacks he lands on them. Between the matches, Tenshinhan and Yamcha come close to blows on several occasions. When the finals begin, Tenshinhan has Chaozu use his telepathic powers to determine the order of the fights. He picks Yamcha as his first opponent, eager to settle the grudge between them.
In his battle with Yamcha, Tenshinhan finds his first challenge at the tournament thus far. The match starts off fairly evenly, with Yamcha seeming to pull ahead slightly after knocking Tenshinhan down with his Shin Rougafufuken (New Wolf Fang Fist). Tenshinhan then starts to take the fight seriously, and readies himself against the attack, brutally countering when Yamcha tries it again. Weakened by Tenshinhan's assault, Yamcha tries his wild card, and fires a Kamehameha at Tenshinhan. Tenshinhan is able to reflect the attack however, forcing Yamcha to dodge. In his state of disbelief, Tenshinhan is able to get a powerful hit on Yamcha. As Yamcha falls to the ground Tenshinhan does one final attack, diving down and smashing his knee into Yamcha's leg, breaking it. Goku rushes out once the match is over and promises to avenge the unneeded brutality.
Tenshinhan's next fight is against Muten-Rôshi, again using the alias of Jackie Chun. It is again a fairly even battle, with no fighter at an obvious advantage until Tenshinhan uses his Taiyô-ken (Fist of the Sun) technique to temporarily blind Jackie and then land a powerful knee attack to the back of Jackie's neck, nearly knocking him down long enough to win. As the fight progress, Jackie tries to convince Tenshinhan to abandon the evil ways of Tsuru-Sen'nin. This, along with some telepathic help from Tsuru-Sen'nin, reveals Jackie's true identity to Tenshinhan. In response to this, Tenshinhan launches a Kamehameha at Roshi, having learned it from observing Yamcha during the earlier fight. Roshi, worried that it would harm spectators, is able to deflect the blast into the sky. After witnessing this, Roshi compliments Tenshinhan and exits out of the ring, forfeiting the match.
After the match is over, Tenshinhan is disturbed by why Roshi let him win. He knows that Roshi does not fear him, and that Roshi didn't even fight to his full ability. He soon confronts Roshi, demanding an explanation. Roshi tells him that it's time for a new generation of fighters to take over from the old, and that Tenshinhan is part of them. He also states that Tenshinhan is not truly evil at heart. Until the start of the final match with Goku, Roshi's words keep going through Tenshinhan's mind.
The fight between Tenshinhan and Son Goku starts off fast. Tenshinhan takes an early advantage and lands some powerful hits on Goku, but Goku is largely unaffected and retaliated with several hits of his own. Even Tenshinhan 's Taiyoken is defeated, as Goku simply put on some sunglasses (Kame Sen'nin's to be precise)when he tried it. When Goku next moves in to attack, he is frozen in place, allowing Tenshinhan to land a hit. This happens several more times, and Tenshinhan pummels Goku until he realizes that Chaozu is behind it. Tenshinhan telepathically tells Chaozu to stop interfering in his match, as he wants to beat Goku fairly. This angers the Crane Hermit, who then orders Tenshinhan to kill Goku. Tenshinhan defiantly states he won't kill Goku, both because he doesn't want to be disqualified, and that he no longer wants to be an assassin like Tao Pai Pai. The now infuriated Crane Hermit orders Chaozu to kill both Tenshinhan and Goku and when Chaozu refuses, Crane then threatens to kill him instead. Roshi puts an end to this by blasting Crane out of the stadium with a Kamahameha, allowing Tenshinhan and Goku to concentrate on their match.
Tenshinhan then attempts one of his "ace-up-sleeve" technique, and uses his Shiyoken (Fist of Four Arms) ability to grow an extra set of arms. Goku counters by using a pseudo-eight arms technique he learned from an earlier fight in the tournament, which Tenshinhan is hard-pressed to defend against. With that failed, Tenshinhan drops the two extra arms and decides to use his final attack, the Kikoho(Energy Canon). He warns Goku to dodge the blast, forcing him out of the arena, as there is no way to survive being hit by it. Tenshinhan then floats high in the air and uses the attack, destroying the entire arena. Goku did dodge the blast though, leaping incredibly high in the air. Tenshinhan is convinced he'll win at this point, as he can fly usin the Air hovering technique (buku jutsu) and Goku can't. Goku readies one final Kamehameha and, at the last moment, turns around, using the attack to send him rocketing into Tenshinhan. Both fighters fall to the ground, Goku slightly ahead. He tries to use another, smaller Kamehameha wave to slow himself down, but is hit by truck and lands first. Tenshinhan lands an instant later, thus winning the tournament.
After the match, Tenshinhan offers Goku half of the prize money, as he recognizes that it was mere luck that he won. He also apologizes to Yamcha for using such excessive force during their fight. Roshi offers to let Tenshinhan stay at the Kame House, but Tenshinhan declines, stating that he can not follow the teachings of another, even if he has betrayed his master.

King Piccolo saga


The good mood is short-lived however, as soon Kuririn is found dead at the tournament location after going back to fetch Goku's Nyoi-bo. Along with his body there was note with the character 'Ma' (demon) on it. Roshi tells everyone that it represents an incredibly powerful Demon King, Piccolo, who was sealed away centuries ago by Roshi's old master using the suicidal Mafuba technique, but is now apparently free again.
Realizing the gravity of the situation, Tenshinhan volunteers to help in anyway he can. He is informed of the Dragon Balls and, along with Chaozu and Roshi, is soon on a quest to retrieve them. The plan is that they will use the power of the dragon to wish for the death of Piccolo, preventing him from wreaking havoc on the world again.
After finding five of the Dragon Balls, the dragon radar indicates that the two remaining balls are now together, and heading towards them at speed; they realize that Piccolo is coming for them and Goku is likely dead. They quickly formulate a plan where Tenshinhan and Roshi will steal Piccolo's Dragon Balls and hand them off to Chaozu, who will then use them to summon the dragon and make the wish to destroy the demon.
It is futile however, as after Piccolo arrives he swallows his two Dragon Balls, suspecting a trap. Tenshinhan prepares for battle regardless, but is knocked out by Roshi and dragged out of sight into a cave. Semi-conscious, Tenshinhan witnesses Roshi's stand against the powerful Demon King, watching as Roshi uses the Mafuba and nearly succeeds at trapping him again, but fails when the containing jar closes slightly too early. Roshi then dies as Piccolo escapes unharmed from the attack and joins the seven balls together to make a wish to restore his youth.
Still unable to move after Roshi's surprise attack, Tenshinhan orders Chaozu to quickly make a wish to destroy Piccolo before the Demon King can make one himself. Chaozu tries, but is quickly killed mid-sentence from a blast by Piccolo, an act Tenshinhan can only watch. Piccolo continues to make his wish and then destroys the dragon, knowing it's the only thing that can stop him.
After regaining his mobility, and Piccolo has long gone, Tenshinhan practices the Mafuba, learning it from watching Roshi perform it. Once he has fully mastered it, Tenshinhan heads off to Piccolo's location in the world capital to confront the demon. After he arrives and challenges Piccolo, he is horrified on discovering that the electric rice cooker the talisman is on is cracked from his practicing, meaning he won't be able to use the Mafuba; he decides to confront Piccolo regardless.
Piccolo, not seeing Tenshinhan as being worth fighting, spawns a new minion, Drum, to take care of him.Tenshinhan doesn't want to lose energy and for that reason suffers in the fight, and is about to lose his life when Goku intervenes and save Tenshinhan, killing Drum with one fierce kick. Battered by Piccolo's attack, Tenshinhan can only watch as Goku and Piccolo battle it out. When Piccolo charges up a massive blast however, he uses the last of his strength to quickly fly in and levitate Goku out of its path, collapsing afterwards.
When the battle seems to be turning against him, Piccolo decides to take Tenshinhan hostage, grabbing him by the skull and threatening to crush it if Goku doesn't comply. Tenshinhan tells Goku to attack regardless, but instead Goku obeys the demon, allowing himself to be crippled in the process. Tenshinhan is then discarded by Piccolo, who moves to finish off Goku, but is instead destroyed when Goku does a final Kamehameha-propelled punch through the demon, creating a massive hole in Piccolo's chest. Knowing he is defeated, Piccolo concedes and spits out one final egg into the distance before dying.
With the battle over, Tenshinhan heads back to the Kame House with Lunch, Yamcha and Bulma. He vows to train harder so that next time he and Goku meet at the Tenka'ichi Budokai, he could beat goku again.

Tenshinhan training for 23ºBudokai Tenkaichi

Piccolo Junior saga

Tenshinhan vs Tao Pai Pai

Tenshinhan keeps up his training, redoubling his efforts after learning that Goku is being trained by Kami, Guardian of the Earth. With the dragon restored, a wish is made to bring all those killed by Piccolo back to life. Tenshinhan then trains with Yamcha and the newly resurrected Kuririn and Chaozu until they are informed by Roshi that, to be able to compete with Goku, they are going to need to find better ways to train then are available at the Kame House. They all head to Karin's Tower and train with Karin before each going their own separate way.
Three years after Piccolo's defeat, Tenshinhan, along with Yamcha and Kuririn, return to compete in the 23rd Tenka'ichi Budôkai. He is somewhat surprised to see the now teenaged Goku and hopeful that he's even more powerful than Goku. His real shock, however, is seeing Piccolo (who is going by the alias "Ma Junior" (Demon Junior)), and realizing that something of the Demon King has survived. He remains silent about the matter for the time, not wishing to create a panic.
When the lots are drawn up to determine the order of the fights, Tenshinhan again has Chaozu manipulate the cards so that none of the group (Tenshinhan, Yamcha, Goku, Chaozu and Kuririn) or Piccolo fight each other in the preliminaries.
The early matches seem to be going as usual, with the group quickly dispatching their foes. Tenshinhan then receives a horrible vision of something happening to Chaozu. He races to the scene and finds Chaozu heavily wounded and unconscious, his opponent turning out to be the now cybernetic Tao Pai Pai. Taopaipai explains that after his seeming death by Goku, he was rebuilt into the half-man half-machine before them, and that he seeks revenge on both Goku and the "traitor" Tenshinhan. Tenshinhan gladly accepts his challenge, wanting to avenge Chaozu.
They get their wish as the Tenshinhan and Taopaipai are the first of the eight finalists to fight. Taopaipai lunges at Tenshinhan, but Tenshinhan sidesteps and counters, knocking Taopaipai to the ground. Tenshinhan then states that he forgives Taopaipai for what he did to Chaozu and tells him to forfeit. Taopaipai refuses this and presses on his assault, though he is clearly outclassed by Tenshinhan. After Tenshinhan grabs one of Taopaipai's wrists, Taopaipai pulls a surprise maneuver and detaches his mechanical hand, revealing a knife which he quickly uses to slash Tenshinhan. Though disqualified for use of a weapon, Taopaipai doesn't care and quickly drops his other hand to reveal a cannon and fires a Super Dodon-pa at Tenshinhan. Tenshinhan nullifies the large blast with his Kiai and then proceeds to defeat Taopaipai with a single punch to the gut. He takes Taopaipai's unconscious body out of bounds and presents it to the watching Crane Hermit, telling him to take Taopaipai and leave, never bothering him again.
Tenshinhan's next fight is the one he's been waiting for, a rematch against Goku. The battle starts with numerous quick sparrings and shows to be fairly even, but with Tenshinhan having an edge in raw speed. This changes after Goku removes his weighted clothing though, making Goku fast enough to steal Tenshinhan's belt without Tenshinhan even noticing. Realizing that he won't be able to defeat Goku physically, Tenshinhan uses a new technique he's created the Shishin No Ken (Fist of Four Bodies derives from his alien condition it isn' t a clone like krilin and piccolo are going to use later against nappa) and splits into four identical copies of himself. The Tenshinhan's disperse to the four corners of the ring, each one then firing a ki blast at the center, where Goku is, resulting in a large explosion which Goku has to leap to avoid. The Tenshinhan's quickly fire again, this time from their third eyes, at Goku, sending him crashing back to the ring. The Tenshinhan's warn Goku to give up before he gets hurt, but he appears unphased by their attacks, and states they won't be able to pull off that trick again, which they then promptly attempt. Goku dodges the beams this time though, and uses the Taiyô-ken against them, blinding the Tenshinhan's. He then quickly dispatches each of them, causing them to revert back to the single being. Goku states that the new technique Tenshinhan has a critical weakness, as Tenshinhan's power is divided amongst the duplicates. With the fight over, Tenshinhan looks forward to their next rematch, suspecting that Goku was still holding quite a bit back.
Tenshinhan plays little role in following battles, he can only watch as Goku fights the seemingly all-powerful Piccolo. He offers his assistance at several points, but is denied by Goku who wants to fight the demon alone, though he does open the Sealed Flask, which Piccolo used to trap Kami, after Goku tosses it to him. Tenshinhan also helps to evacuate their friends, creating a pit in the earth for them take shelter from one Piccolo's more devastating attacks.
When it looks like Goku has been beaten, with Piccolo close to finishing him off, Tenshinhan reluctantly accepts the order from Kami to kill the elderly guardian, thus also killing Piccolo. He is stopped by Goku though, who evades the demon's onslaught and ends up defeating him with a surprise attack.
Dragon Ball Z
Tenshinhan in the Buu saga

Five years after the tournament, Tenshinhan learns that Goku has died in battle against an amazingly powerful warrior called Raditz, a Sayan and Goku's brother. Even more disturbing is that two more saiyans, both more powerful than Raditz, are on their way to Earth and will be there in about a year.
Tenshinhan wastes no time, and is invited, along with Yamcha, Chaozu, Yajirobe and Kuririn, to train at kami's lookout so they can aid Goku when he is wished back to life in a year, after he completes his training with kaio-sama.
When the saiyan's finally do arrive, the Z senshi have to hold them off until Goku can arrive.

Vegeta, deciding to toy with his opponents, has Nappa, grow several cultivers in the Earth's soil so he can hold a small tournament. Knowing that they have to buy time, the Z Fighters agree to this, and Tenshinhan volunteers to go first. He manages to quickly defeat the vicious creature, causing Vegeta to destroy it for incompetence.
After all the cultivers are destroyed, Nappa decides to enter the fray himself, taking on Tenshinhan as his first opponent. Tenshinhan is no match for the giant warrior, and has his left arm ripped off early in the fight. Seeing this, Chaozu sacrifices himself with a kamikaze attack against Nappa, who remains unharmed and starts to fight with the now ally Piccolo and Goku's son Songohan Tenshinhan, enraged by the death of Chaozu, puts all his remaining strength into one final Kikoho attack through his remaining right hand, killing himself in the process. The attack manages to do serious damage to Nappa's armor and several scratches in the body, but it isn' t enough to kill him.
Because of the influence of Kami, after he perished Tenshinhan was allowed train on Kaio-sama's planet as Goku did earlier. Joining him were there other warriors who perished in the battle with the saiyans: Yamcha, Piccolo and Chaozu. He remains there and learns of Goku's mighty struggle with the evil tyrant Freezer on the planet Namek. He is eventually wished back to life by a wish made to Polunga.


After returning to Earth, Tenshinhan and Chaozu go into solitude, training in the mountains. They are interrupted when they sense a powerful evil and flying to the location where it's coming from, Tenshinhan finds Vegeta (who was somewhat reformed during the crisis on Namek and now resides on Earth with Bulma) and the other Z Fighters who inform him that the ki he is detecting is Freeza, who somehow survived.
When Freeza does land though, he is quickly dispatched by an unknown mysterious youth (Trunks). Piccolo, overhearing the youths private conversation with Goku, tells them the warning that incredibly powerful Androids will attack in three years.


The three years soon pass and the Z Fighters head to the location where the androids soon appear. Tenshinhan himself doesn't do any fighting until Android 16, 17, and 18 appear. He attacks 17, but is way overmatched, and ends up being choked until he is dropped.
When the androids leave to continue their pursuit of Goku, who is recovering from a heart disease, Tenshinhan goes off with Chaozu to try and get powerful enough to help against this new threat. He is soon interrupted from this to lend his aid in hunting for the new menace called Cell.
Eventually Tenshinhan catches up with Cell, and witnesses his battle against the combined force of Piccolo and 17. Cell defeats Piccolo though, and ends up absorbing 17 to become "Semi-Perfect" Cell. Cell then makes his move to absorb 18 as well, but is held off by Tenshinhan, who uses his new Shin Kikoho to hold Cell in place until Goku arrives and relieves the thoroughly drained Tenshinhan.
When Cell declares his Cell Games Tenshinhan sits on the sidelines, awaiting his turn to enter the arena against the monstrosity. It isn't to be though, as Cell spawns seven Cell Juniors to torment the Z Fighters in order to make Gohan angry. After a severe beating by the small creature, he is saved by Gohan, who then goes on to destroy Cell.

Dragon Ball GT

Tenshinhan makes cameo appearances inDragon ball Gt episodes 40 (Piccolo's Decision) and 64 (Until We Meet Again...). In episode 64 he is seen training under a flow of water with Chaozu.
But Akira wanted to show him married with lunch and with a son however Toei animation denied the request.

Dragon Ball movies

Tenshinhan appears in the following Dragon ball Movies and specials:
1-Mystical Adventure
2-The tree of Might
3-Bojack Unbound
4-The history of Trunks

Video games

Tenshinhan has been a playable character in:
1-Dragon ball Z ultimate battle 22(27)
2-Dragon ball z budokai3-Dragon ball z budokai 24-Dragon ball z budokai 35-Dragon ball z budokai tenkaichi- makes for the first time in a video game reference to the alien past of Tenshinhan in the biographies.
6-Dragon ball z budokai tenkaichi 2
7-Dragon Ball Z :sagas
8-Dragon Ball:Advanced adventures

He has been a boss and NPC in:
Dragon ball z the legacy of goku 2

Special abilities

Third eye

Tenshinhan's third eye has numerous capabilities.
  • Enhanced sight: Tien has significantly better vision than normal. This does, however, make him weak against the Taiyô-ken technique.
  • Kousengan: A thin laser-like energy beam shot from Tenshinhan's third eye. It can stun his opponents.
  • Copy Attack: Tenshinhan can observe and learn the attacks of his opponents. During the 22nd Tenka'ichi Budôkai, he used this ability to mimic Yamcha's Kamehameha in his battle against Jackie Chun. He also uses it later to learn the Mafuba technique after watching Roshi perform it.
This is the ability to fly using one's ki. Tien simply controls his energy and pushes out from underneath him allowing him to fly.
An energy beam shot from the finger, it's much more powerful than the basic Kamahameha.
Tenshinhan can nullify ki blasts within a close proximity, provided that they are not too powerful for him. It is basically a shout.
Kamehameha (Turtle Destruction Wave)

By placing their hands together, the user releases a powerful, constant stream of energy that is hurled at an opponent through the user's palms. Tenshinhan copied this skill from Yamcha.

Tenshinhan performs quick hand seals and has his hands folded in front of chest with two fingers together pointed out. After doing so and concentrating his power, he was able to reflect a Kamehameha shot at him by Yamcha and mirror it back at him.
Kikoho/Qi Qong
Tenshinhan puts his hands (one over the other making a square reticule. He then looks through the opening at his opponent and unleashes a blast. This is Tenshinhan's most powerful attack, but it drains his lifeforce and is potentially fatal if overused. Tenshinhan later upgrades this to the Shinkikôhô . In the Dragon Ball dub, it's the Spirit Cannon, and the DBZ dub, it's the Tri-Beam.
ShinkikôhôIt is an upgrade to ShinKikoho and he is then able to fire the blast multiple times in rapid succession. Known as the Tri-Beam in english releases. The Shinkikoho is called Neo Tri-Beam in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
Fusion Dance (Fusion-Ha)
While Tenshinhan doesn't uses this technique in neither the manga nor the anime, in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2, he can use this technique to fuse with Yamcha and become Yamhan (Tiencha in the US version)

Known as Telepathy in English, this ability channels one's thoughts to another being. Tenshinhan does so with Chaozu and Tsuru-Sen'nin.

Known as Shock wave in English, an invisible ki blast of a sudden wind attack can be launched theoretically from any part of the body. It's generally not as powerful as other attacks. Tenshinhan used this against a Saibaman before knocking it down with a single elbow blow

Shishin no ken
Tenshinhan is able to split himself into 4 separate identical bodies, each of which possesses one fourth of the power of the original. It is quite useful for attacking the opponent at multiple angles. Fans mistakenly reer to it as 12 Eyes because Tenshinhan claims he can't beat Son Goku with three eyes so he'll have to use twelve.
Tenshinhan can sprout 2 extra arms from behind his shoulders, increasing his combat effectiveness. Tenshinhan only uses this move once against Goku during the 22nd Tenka'ichi Budokai
Taioken (Fist of the sun)
Tenshinhan is able to create an extremely bright light, enough to temporarily blind and stun most opponents. It is used by several
Z senshi, he is the creator of this technique.
The user of this technique is able to move extremely fast over small distances, leaving an after-image behind. It's a distraction used to mount surprise and counter attacks. (Depends on the Power Level of the opponent.)

Fighting techniques

Kikanju Tsuki Machine Gun Thrust, also known as the Machine Gun Fist, Tenshinhan quickly attacks his opponent by punching them in all of their vital points.

Also known as the Volleyball technique, Tenshinhan hits his opponent in the air, 'bumps' them back up when they come down, then 'spikes' them to the ground.
Rekka Kosoku-ken Light-Speed Fury Punch, also known as the Rapid Velocity Technique, Tenshinhan moves his '''arms''' faster than can be seen, creating a vacuum that sucks his opponent in and then pummels them with a total of 20 hits to their vital areas in one breath. This attack was used once during the 22nd Tenkaichi Budokai in the anime only.

Kaiō-Ken (Fist of Kaiō)
The Kaioken was taught to Tenshinhan by Kaio-Sama and is one of Tenshinhan's most powerfull attacks in the Dragon Ball series . The Kaioken is a sudden eruption of ki, doubling Tenshinhan's physical abilities and strength. Through training, Tenshinhan was able to increase the multiplier that the Kaiōken had on his power. Even though this attack gives Tenshinhan a sudden explosion of energy, the effect of it is extremely dangerous. If Tenshinhan multiplies the attack too much for his body to handle, he could kill himself by vaporizing his body.However, later Tenshinhan masters this technique and can increase his power level 20 times.Tenshinhan (with goku) is the only one who can control this technique perfectly without repercussions in his body.
Mafuba - (Evil Containment Wave in the US anime) (Demon Seal) was invented by Mutaito (Kame Sennin's sensei) as a way to capture Piccolo Daimao. The problem with this technique is that it sacrifices the user's life if he isn't strong enough. First, you hold one hand in the air, palm up, and stick two fingers out. Basically, you concentrate on the user and pick them up, forcing their spirit to a destination. In all the cases, the user was forced into a container with a holy talisman charm reading "seal". The aim has to be perfect in order to get the user inside the jar, and it takes a great deal of discipline.Tenshinhan is the only one who can perform this technique with Piccolo Jr. and Kami without dying.
After watching Kame Sennin himself attempt the Mafuba against Piccolo Daimao,. In the end,Tenshinhan masters this technique with only 3 days of training due to his third eye, the technique, however, did require some extensive training on his part . Mutaito took an year to control it.
In the manga he can't use the technique against Piccolo Daimaoh because the holy talisman is broken during his training. In the anime though, he uses it on Drum and survives, whereas in the manga he never had a chance of using it against Piccolo Daimao or any of his footmen for that matter.


  • His seiyuu is Hirotaka Suzuoki.
  • His name is directly taken from a food consisting of rice with scrambled eggs and soup.
  • When holding Cell back with his Shinkikôhô technique, the crater that the attack creates is shaped as a square, not a triangle.

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Ten Shin Han:es un extraterrestre descendiente de alienigenas Tres Ojos (三つ目人 Mitsume Jin?) Chaoz.
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  • His seiyuu is Hirotaka Suzuoki.
  • His name is directly taken from a food consisting of rice with scrambled eggs and soup.
  • When holding Cell back with his Shinkikôhô technique, the crater that the attack creates is shaped as a square, not a triangle.

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Ten Shin Han:es un extraterrestre descendiente de alienigenas Tres Ojos (三つ目人 Mitsume Jin?) Chaoz.
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