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Dec 6, 2008 | 11:59 PM EST

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*This is a sprite movie so if you don't like them don't watch!*

After the cancellation of DBZ The Mission, I just decided to do this to see if I could animate DragonBall sprites instead of DragonBall Z. It starts off as a fight between Goku and Krillin and then someone jumps in =). Sorry that its so short, but I started to run out of ideas and decided to cut it short. I may make a part 2, it depends on if I feel like bringing it back up later on.

In the meantime I'll be thinking of something kind of big to work on, better than The Mission story wise.

Anyways, enjoy =).

NOTE[This lags a bit, so it would be best to set it to low/medium quality for best animation]




Rated 5 / 5 stars

i know who that person who knocked out goku at the end it was tien


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars


i found this entertaining. i like Z WAYYYYYYYY better than the original, but good flash movie.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


im okay with this


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty Cool!

Nice job.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

finally, something about db!

very cool. i liked the sprites you used from dragonball advanced adventure. if i could i would but i'm not good with flash 8. it's hard! anyway, i think you should have squeezed piccolo in there, but whatcha gonna do. i saw tien. going to do something with that? where did you get all those sound effects? dbz sound effects archive rar. file from youtube video? and i'm still baffled on how everybody seems to make dbz style fighting with flash!

Tactical0125 responds:

Lol, if I was to make DB Royale 3 then I was thinking about squeezing Piccolo in along with Grandpa Gohan of course, but I won't be making a 3. The sound effects were accumulated from diff. sources over a long period of time. Ppl usually do DBZ style fighting because it's actually the easiest to do, especially when first starting out. Of course, to do other styles you have to be some kind of prodigy or have some experience, because it takes more skill to make it look smooth while still maintaining the action.