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How can i dodge attacks in dragonballz tenkaichi3

The one in which the player moves his neck on order to dodge fists

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I think u press triangle or r3

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---Taken from GameFAQ's---
Bowser has a multitude of attacks. The first is to toss hammers in the air that
will rain down on you. It isn't that hard to avoid.

Another is to jump and exhale a continuous stream of fire, which can be avoided
by ducking.

A third attack is to charge to the other side of the screen, which can be
dodged by jumping over him. The statues have crystals in it, though, so you may
want to just wait on top of the statue so he breaks it, then just avoid the
attack he does next.

Bowser's fourth move is to jump in the air over your current position, drop
down, and send shockwaves out from either side. This can be dodged by jumping.

A fifth move is to shoot a stream of fire at you, which can be avoided by
jumping.

Bowser's final attack in his arsenal is to shoot a drop of fire at you. Once it
hits the ground, it will turn into a pillar of fire.

Now, how do you damage him? Like I've said before, if nothing else works, use
Rage. And Rage you shall. Fire it up and get in his face. Hit him twice to deal
damage. Every time you damage him after the second time, he will use the Vibe
Scepter to attack somehow.

On the second hit, Bowser will get happy and do the fourth move I listed, five
times. Then he resumes attack as normal.

Hit him three times and Bowser will cry, toss hammers in the air, and then jump
off screen. It's like the first move I listed, but these hammers are HUGE and
can be tough to avoid.

Before you hit him once more, make sure the Vibe Gauge and your HP are both
filled. There are two emotions left for Bowser to abuse. One is Calm, and the
other is Rage. Guess which one he's gonna use next.

Hit him a fourth time and Bowser will use the Vibe Scepter to go nuts; if you
guessed Rage, you're right. His speed is doubled and fires off multiple attacks
at once. One may say it's not even fair, but if you can hit him with Rage
again, you got this battle beat.

...Just kidding. Guess Bowser's not giving up that easily.

Bowser's got all new attacks this time around, which include:

- Slamming a claw on the ground to make small spiked balls fall. Easy to dodge.
- Summoning a circle of hammers that fly in separate directions. Easy to dodge.
- a fireball from his mouth. Easy to dodge if you keep moving.
- Slamming both claws on the ground to drop Bob-ombs. Use these to replenish
the Vibe Gauge.

When Bowser gives you Bob-ombs, eat all except one. This is so you don't get
nailed by the other Bob-ombs walking around. Scoop it and wait right under
Bowser's head. When it's about to explode, toss it straight up to his face. If
it explodes near his eyes, he will take damage.

After hitting him once, he gains a new attack: gather energy, then shoot three
spiraling fireballs to the front of the screen. Move to the side to avoid it.

After hitting him twice, the hammers he summons will fly faster, which makes
them a little harder to dodge. He'll also shoot two fireballs from his mouth.

Strike him three times to unlock another move. Bowser's eyes will glow red and
he will breathe a huge stream of fire that is tough to dodge. Stay on the move.

After four hits, he will summon the Vibe Scepter. Remember when I said Bowser
never used Calm? Guess what. The Vibe Scepter will put a pink shield around
Bowser's head, which will restore his HP! If you sit there, Bowser will
regenerate to full HP. He will put this barrier up every time his HP drop to 1.

As soon as the shield comes up, bust it with Rage. Bowser will then continue
his attack. He gains one final attack; the ability to perform the attack he
gains after you hit him once, three times.

Toss a Bob-omb in his face just once more and you win. For real this time.
---Taken from Game FAQ's.---
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---Taken from GameFAQ's---
Bowser has a multitude of attacks. The first is to toss hammers in the air that
will rain down on you. It isn't that hard to avoid.

Another is to jump and exhale a continuous stream of fire, which can be avoided
by ducking.

A third attack is to charge to the other side of the screen, which can be
dodged by jumping over him. The statues have crystals in it, though, so you may
want to just wait on top of the statue so he breaks it, then just avoid the
attack he does next.

Bowser's fourth move is to jump in the air over your current position, drop
down, and send shockwaves out from either side. This can be dodged by jumping.

A fifth move is to shoot a stream of fire at you, which can be avoided by
jumping.

Bowser's final attack in his arsenal is to shoot a drop of fire at you. Once it
hits the ground, it will turn into a pillar of fire.

Now, how do you damage him? Like I've said before, if nothing else works, use
Rage. And Rage you shall. Fire it up and get in his face. Hit him twice to deal
damage. Every time you damage him after the second time, he will use the Vibe
Scepter to attack somehow.

On the second hit, Bowser will get happy and do the fourth move I listed, five
times. Then he resumes attack as normal.

Hit him three times and Bowser will cry, toss hammers in the air, and then jump
off screen. It's like the first move I listed, but these hammers are HUGE and
can be tough to avoid.

Before you hit him once more, make sure the Vibe Gauge and your HP are both
filled. There are two emotions left for Bowser to abuse. One is Calm, and the
other is Rage. Guess which one he's gonna use next.

Hit him a fourth time and Bowser will use the Vibe Scepter to go nuts; if you
guessed Rage, you're right. His speed is doubled and fires off multiple attacks
at once. One may say it's not even fair, but if you can hit him with Rage
again, you got this battle beat.

...Just kidding. Guess Bowser's not giving up that easily.

Bowser's got all new attacks this time around, which include:

- Slamming a claw on the ground to make small spiked balls fall. Easy to dodge.
- Summoning a circle of hammers that fly in separate directions. Easy to dodge.
- a fireball from his mouth. Easy to dodge if you keep moving.
- Slamming both claws on the ground to drop Bob-ombs. Use these to replenish
the Vibe Gauge.

When Bowser gives you Bob-ombs, eat all except one. This is so you don't get
nailed by the other Bob-ombs walking around. Scoop it and wait right under
Bowser's head. When it's about to explode, toss it straight up to his face. If
it explodes near his eyes, he will take damage.

After hitting him once, he gains a new attack: gather energy, then shoot three
spiraling fireballs to the front of the screen. Move to the side to avoid it.

After hitting him twice, the hammers he summons will fly faster, which makes
them a little harder to dodge. He'll also shoot two fireballs from his mouth.

Strike him three times to unlock another move. Bowser's eyes will glow red and
he will breathe a huge stream of fire that is tough to dodge. Stay on the move.

After four hits, he will summon the Vibe Scepter. Remember when I said Bowser
never used Calm? Guess what. The Vibe Scepter will put a pink shield around
Bowser's head, which will restore his HP! If you sit there, Bowser will
regenerate to full HP. He will put this barrier up every time his HP drop to 1.

As soon as the shield comes up, bust it with Rage. Bowser will then continue
his attack. He gains one final attack; the ability to perform the attack he
gains after you hit him once, three times.

Toss a Bob-omb in his face just once more and you win. For real this time.
---Taken from Game FAQ's.---

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